Central banks publish global ethics code for FX markets
A new global code of conduct for the FX market was published in London on Thursday by a group of central banks. It calls for more “ethical” behaviour among market participants.
The FX Global Code, which has been in development since May 2015, is the brainchild of the Foreign Exchange Working Group (FXWG), a group of 16 central banks headed by the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Guy Debelle.
The document has 55 principles and calls
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