A look forward on transformational trends
For the third year, J.P. Morgan conducted an online survey of e-trading trends with the addition of macro market trends and transformational technologies for 2019. Institutional traders shared their insights and predictions, with the majority being FX traders, the rest being rates and commodities traders.
Which potential development will have the biggest impact on the markets in 2019?
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are predicted to be the most influential for shaping the future of trading.
Macro Market and Trading Trends
Macro issues traders face in 2019
Daily issues traders face in 2019
Most important criteria when selecting a liquidity source?
Banks are by far the most-used source of liquidity whether connecting directly or via algos.
The impact of MiFID II on the global liquidity landscape
Technologies that will shape the future of trading
Beliefs about Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Understanding specific FX algorithms is the most important driver for their usage.
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Most important data services for supporting best execution
Real-time data is the most important service that traders want to help support best execution, and the most useful overall.
Most useful data tools
At least a third of traders positively associate the provision of TCA services with their trading and agree that it would be optimal if a multi-asset provider could meet all their needs.
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