Foreign exchange investors are expected to increase their use of algorithms over the next three to five years, driven by the FX global code of conduct and Europe's revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, according to a Greenwich Associates report. "Execution algorithms allow traders to automate their flow, intelligently access a greater number of liquidity pools, control market impact, increase spread capture, and minimize information leakage," said report author Richard Johnson.
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