Nomura has made its five FX algorithmic strategies, the FX Algo Tsuwamono Series, available on the BidFX platform. Each strategy offers a wide range of flexibility on executions suited to client requirements and trading preferences. The deal builds on an existing relationship between Nomura and BidFX, and is expected to benefit mutual institutional FX clients.
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Nomura Makes Tsuwamono FX Algorithms Available on BidFX
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