Tuesday 17 March 2020

4th generation interaction algos are revolutionising foreign exchange trading with institutional investors and even corporates. Have we reached peak algo?



Fourth generation interaction algos are revolutionising foreign exchange trading with institutional investors and even corporates. But have we reached peak algo – or is there yet more room for adoption and innovation? Can the FX markets learn from AI in other sectors?

 
 

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