ATFX Connect introduces “Market Snacks” blog for macro insights

Rick Steves

“In a rapidly changing global landscape, understanding macroeconomic trends is crucial for informed decision-making. Our team of experts is dedicated to delivering high-quality analysis and commentary that empowers our readers to navigate the complexities of the economic environment.”

ATFX Connect, operating under AT Global Markets (UK) Limited and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has enhanced its online presence with the introduction of a new blog section.

This section, named “Market Snacks,” is aimed at providing insightful macroeconomic views and analysis. Located at ATFX Connect’s Market Snacks, it invites readers to engage with the content and join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #MarketSnacks.

“Understanding macroeconomic trends is crucial”

The initiative by ATFX Connect to launch this blog section aligns with its commitment to offering valuable insights to its audience. In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving global economic landscape, understanding macroeconomic trends is increasingly important for making informed decisions. This blog section promises to be a critical resource for industry professionals, decision-makers, and anyone interested in global economic trends.

Wei Qiang Zhang, Managing Director of ATFX Connect, noted the importance of the new blog in providing high-quality analysis and commentary. “We are excited to launch this new blog section as part of our commitment to providing valuable insights to our audience. In a rapidly changing global landscape, understanding macroeconomic trends is crucial for informed decision-making. Our team of experts is dedicated to delivering high-quality analysis and commentary that empowers our readers to navigate the complexities of the economic environment.”

ATFX Connect catering to Hedge Funds, Asset Managers, Brokers, Private Banks, Pro traders

ATFX Connect, since its inception, has been focused on serving the institutional community. In 2019, the company ventured into the institutional sector with the launch of ATFX Connect, a Multi-Access platform.

This platform was developed in line with the management’s vision to broaden the broker’s global presence and continue offering award-winning liquidity and customer service to institutional clients.

The ATFX Connect platform caters specifically to professional investors. It is designed to offer efficient automated trading and tailored liquidity solutions to a diverse range of financial institutions, including Hedge Funds, Asset Managers, Brokers, Private Banks, and others.

The introduction of the “Market Snacks” blog section marks a significant step in ATFX Connect’s strategy to enhance its educational and informative offerings.

ATFX Connect joins EBS Direct for ultra-low latency FX liquidity

ATFX Connect has recently announced its participation in EBS Direct, a move that opens up exciting possibilities in the realm of electronic foreign exchange (FX) trading. EBS, a venerable name in the world of electronic trading platforms, has been a cornerstone of institutional liquidity and price discovery in the e-FX space for nearly three decades.

With EBS Direct, ATFX Connect gains access to a platform renowned for its efficiency, offering round-trip processing times of less than 50 microseconds. Moreover, it incorporates Quant Analytics tools that help optimize execution, a critical feature for institutional traders.

ATFX Connect’s primary objective is to provide institutional clients with tailored liquidity and connectivity solutions in Spot FX and Precious Metals. By becoming a participant in EBS Direct, the company is taking a pivotal step forward in its expansion within the institutional electronic FX space.

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