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How about: Each tick is a bid or ask order for some amount. Dukascopy could have order feeds into a number of FX platforms and aggregate the orders found there. They could be iceberg orders. When there's an execution the liquidity is removed from the order book to the trade book. The time this takes to propagate through execution venues can create ...
Have a look at Treasury Operations Handbook by Philip J.L. Parker Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1446194507
different features? a euro is a euro no matter where it's traded. You have to identify what you want to do. Why are you trading? Do you want execution only, or delivery? Are you covering cashflows or taking speculative positions? Are you going to trade manually or with automation? How many provider relationships do you want to refer to? Do you want to trade ...
I'm guessing that your question will be closed soon, but I wish to help you. Your question doesn't make complete sense. Are you looking for a "trading platform" as in an electronic trading venue, or a software built around handling market data and order execution? FXAll, Currenex, Hotspot and Integral are trading venues, while Apama, FlexTrade and Portware ...
Why don't you try http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/markets/Pages/forex/fxjsc/default.aspx http://www.ny.frb.org/markets/foreignex.html http://www.aciforex.org/ but the thing about FX order flow is there are so many order types: prices/quotes, natural flow, hedging, to mention just a few.
The foreign exchang comitee publishes a report for North America, the FX Volume Survey. From the website: The Foreign Exchange Committee launched its inaugural Survey of North American Foreign Exchange Volume in October 2004 in order to provide the market with frequent information on the size and structure of foreign exchange activity in North ...
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