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Forex Liquidity Drying Up?

Forex Liquidity Drying Up?

5 Years ago | April 12, 2015 00:00:00

by John M. Bland

One-Way Market
Trade in the past week or so has seen extreme volatility. It has been so extreme that it appears many players have been forced to step back from trading. Over the years we have noticed that market participation frequently thins in the week before and the week after the Easter break. This could be contributing to what appears to be a growing lack of liquidity. The Federal Reserve also has been a source of instability because its signals to the markets have been all over the map since its March 18 meeting. At one point it looked as though U.S. interest rates could be hiked as ea

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