High frequency trading is beginning to expand its reach beyond its traditional market sectors.
The European trading landscape is
seeing increased competition between high frequency traders and
diminishing returns in traditional asset class such as
equities. As a result, trading strategies are beginning to
diversify in ways not seen before.
the race to zero latency has traditionally been a game for
market participants in the cash equities and equity derivatives
space, high frequency trading in the FX and commodity markets
is becoming increasingly attractive.
frequency trading in the equities market has matured in recent
years, FX and commodities trading has remained less efficient.
As a result, high frequency trading firms are starting to turn
their attentions to these asset classes, recognising the
revenue to be made in those markets whilst being able to
leverage on existing infrastructure and
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