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Ian Marsh

Cass Business School

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NBER Working Papers and Publications

February 2000How Do UK-Based Foreign Exchange Dealers Think Their Market Operates?
with Yin-Wong Cheung, Menzie D. Chinn: w7524
This paper summarises the results of a survey of UK based foreign exchange dealers conducted in 1998. It addresses topics in three main areas: The microeconomic operation of the foreign exchange market; the beliefs of dealers regarding the importance, or otherwise, of macroeconomic fundamental factors in affecting exchange rates; microstructure factors in FX. We find that heterogeneity of traders' beliefs is evident from the results but that it is not possible to explain such disagreements in terms of institutional detail, rank or trading technique (e.g. technical analysts versus fundamentalists). As expected, non-fundamental factors are thought to dominate short horizon changes in exchange rates, but fundamentals are deemed important over much shorter horizons that the mainstream empiri...

Published: Cheung, Yin-Wong, Menzie D. Chinn and Ian W. Marsh. "How Do UK-Based Foreign Exchange Dealers Think Their Market Operates?," International Journal of Finance and Economics, 2004, v9(4,Oct), 289-306. citation courtesy of

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