Global FX 2013

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FX heads warn of EU trading tax risks

LONDON - The European Union's proposed financial transaction tax (FTT) risks limiting companies' and pension funds' access to liquidity and funding, a senior HSBC official said on Monday.

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SGX sees big prospects in Asian FX futures business

SINGAPORE - Having just announced its best quarterly financial performance in five years and a second quarter of record volumes in its derivatives business, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) hopes geographic advantages will help make a success of its new menu of Asian currency futures later this year.

Slower Chinese growth poses uncertainty-fund managers

NEW YORK - Fears of a Chinese economic hard-landing have eased but recent disappointing data underscored risks of slower-than-expected growth in the world's second largest economy, fund managers said at the Reuters FX Summit.

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Deutsche sees FX arms race hotting up

LONDON - The technological "arms race" in the foreign exchange market will escalate, Deutsche Bank's global head of foreign exchange said on Monday.

The realities of a currency war

NEW YORK - The world's biggest developed nations, particularly Japan and the United States, have engaged in various efforts to lower interest rates to stimulate consumer demand that some investors have taken to calling a "currency war."

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Yuan options business picking up: FX heads

LONDON - The options business in the Chinese offshore yuan market is picking up significantly as China lets its currency trade more freely, global heads of foreign exchange said on Monday.

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Expect yen volatility with more weakness ahead

NEW YORK - The yen has mostly lost its luster given recent changes in Japanese monetary policy, and even volatility in the near term will not detract from the currency continuing to lose ground in months ahead, market analysts and money managers said on Monday.

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Yen decline gradual, gold's drop signals crisis over: Oppenheimer

NEW YORK - The Bank of Japan's massive monetary stimulus plan has likely led to an overshooting of yen weakness against the U.S. dollar in the short-term but the longer-term down trend remains intact, Oppenheimer Funds' Alessio De Longis said on Monday.

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Yen to gain in second-quarter as growth worries trump BoJ-FX Concepts' Taylor

NEW YORK - Worries about the global economy will boost the yen against the dollar in the coming months despite Japan's aggressive stimulus program, John Taylor, chairman of FX Concepts, one of the largest currency hedge funds, said on Monday.

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Euro "cursed" to go higher: Merk Investments CIO

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Euro could join yen in falling versus dollar: Record

LONDON - The euro could follow the yen as the next major currency to decline against the dollar, hurt by easier monetary policy and a lack of structural reforms, an official at a leading currency fund manager said on Monday.

Speakers

Summit Date Category
Euro Zone 2015 Feb 2 - 6 Financial Services/Exchanges
Africa Investment 2015 Mar 2 - 6 Financial Services/Exchanges
Financial Regulation 2015 May 11 - 15 Financial Services/Exchanges
Global Wealth Management 2015 Jun 8 - 12 Financial Services/Exchanges
Eastern Europe Investment 2015 Sep 21 - 25 Financial Services/Exchanges
Middle East Investment 2015 Nov 2 - 6 Financial Services/Exchanges
Global Investment Outlook 2016 Nov 16 - 20 Financial Services/Exchanges

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