June 2001
Financial Executive;Jun2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p14
Academic Journal
The article reports on Currenex Inc.'s addition of the currency option trading from GFInet Inc.'s FENICS Ltd.'s product. Currenex feels that the addition with help to increase its market information, research, and analytics as its customers will have access to FENICS' FX option price analysis and data. Currenex customers can also subscribe to premium FENICS services such as the pricing of exotic options with third-party mathematical models, near-time volatility, and forward price feeds. Also discussed is XRT's XRT Globe$ version 3.5 which has been brought to the North American market. Globe$ enables companies to centralize treasury, financial risk, and cash management globally.


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