FX Markets has been launched on the premise that the growing, global FX industry is going through a period of complex, structural change – and that we need to do more than round up the news. Now, when we cover news, it will be exclusive. If it’s not a scoop or a fresh angle, we won’t report it.
Our coverage is also more inclusive. We are writing not with banks or the buy side in mind, but a full cross-section of the market.
More of our time is therefore being spent trying to answer a different set of questions – not what is happening, but why it’s happening and how, and who stands to benefit.
Our reporters in London, New York and Hong Kong cover this important and complex market in the detail it deserves by offering you exclusive news, features, profiles, data-driven articles and advisory columns. They specialise in four key areas of coverage: trading, infrastructure, tech and data, and regulation.
Our insight gives you the advantage
We know insight gives you the advantage – that’s why we deliver exclusive content on the business issues that matter to you.
Our global team of analysts, journalists and producers helps you connect the dots in the global finance and insurance markets to understand the inter-relationships between risk management, risk transfer, policy, technology and innovation.
We are focused on helping you achieve the best results – either to generate new business opportunities or track emerging best practice – with our unique intelligence.
Integrity, Impact, Vision, Resilience
Nothing is more important than our integrity. Impartial and trustworthy content is at the heart of who we are.
We are here to create an impact and to add value externally for our customers and internally for our teams.
We have a vision of where our markets are heading. Our role is to think big, identify and explain shifts in our markets. We deal in trendlines rather than headlines.
We are resilient. Our customers rely on us, so we have to be here for the long term, anticipating and adapting to new dynamics in our markets and our own industry.
Authoritative, Collaborative, Thought-provoking
We provide an authoratative account of market trends, using an analytical approach based on multiple perspectives to bring clarity and insight to complex topics.
Our collaborative approach brings people and solutions together from across our markets to drive innovation and address industry challenges.
We deliver thought-provoking content, we break new ground and explore new territories, uncovering the potential for disruption and enabling change through valuable, actionable insights.
“Since the brand launched, I have watched the magazine, and latterly its online version, grow, flourish and develop into an extremely useful source of factual background for those of us involved in the FX market. I see FX Markets as a great friend to the industry.” Founder and CEO, HP Economics
“The content is excellent – the editorial team know the market very well.”
CEO of a major Professional Services firm
“FX Markets has complete coverage. Whether that be the latest developments in eFX, what the ECN’s and individual banks and brokers are up to, or regulatory matters. And of course the articles concerning new appointments are always mandatory reading!” Founder and CEO, HP Economics
What do we cover?
We have an archive of 22,000+ articles on a wide range of foreign exchange topics.
Our editorial team specialise in 5 distinct topic areas – trading, infrastructure, tech and data, and regulation.
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We are committed to offering the best possible service to our subscribers. We source their feedback on a regular basis and are continuously looking to implement new features that add real value for them.
FX Markets has a number of sister products, including events, white papers, and marketing services. Plus other information resources dedicated to risk management, financial technology and central banking.