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The Bank for International Settlements, a Switzerland-based consortium of central banks, released the final version of the code of conduct for the global foreign-exchange market.  The code was designed to improve transparency and fairness in ethics, governance, execution, information sharing, compliance and trade settlement in FX trading in response to investigations into fraud committed by FX traders at a number of major banks. View page

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