FX Big Picture Podcasts

Duncan MaccabeUK Corporate Currencies Sales

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Neil ParkerFX Markets Strategist

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James NewmanInstitutional FX Sales

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Marc HinkenHead of eFX Spot Trading, EMEA

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The Foreign Exchange (FX) market can be a confusing space. There’s a lot of uncertainty and scepticism around options available, and hedging against adverse currency fluctuations.

In this series, our knowledgeable FX Market Strategist and Sales Team discuss a wide variety topics affecting the FX landscape, and from their experiences working with UK customers, a rather unique perspective on things to consider.

Why might central banks not hike interest rates? And what are the risks to policy expectations?

The evolution of the spot FX market: How and why the market has transformed over the past 20-30 years.

The COVID impact on supply chains. Although resilient, do supply chains need to be improved? At what cost, and impact on service?

Central bank intervention in Foreign Exchange Markets – Why does it seem to be loosing prominence?

Podcast 3: Bigger unknowns – how attitudes to large market events have changed

Podcast 2: Known unknowns: how markets digest information and data releases

Podcast 1: Why would a corporate hedge currencies?

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