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With access to the major exchanges worldwide and established networks and relationships, our experts will find you the best multi-asset execution, clearing and liquidity solutions. We work in FX, fixed income and commodities, offering multiple trading solutions and flexible technologies.
Our execution, support and development teams cover a wide range of different markets, technologies and clients. They will work with you over the long term, evolving and adapting our services so you get precisely the solutions you need. Our established networks and exchange affiliations include category-one membership of the London Metal Exchange. We also offer our own post-trade and non-bank clearing capabilities.
We are a category 1 member of the London Metal Exchange (LME), with an active floor trading team and full membership of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
We have been providing a wide variety of foreign exchange services to corporate and institutional clients for over 30 years.
Sugar, coffee and cocoa are where it all started for Sucden Financial, from our foundation in 1973 as part of Sucden, one of the world’s leading soft commodity trading organisations.
Sucden Financial was one of the founding members of the International Petroleum Exchange (IPE) in 1980. We have been active within the energy markets ever since.
We provide specialist access to the worldwide fixed income markets offering both electronic (FIX) API and voice-execution solutions. We provide trade assistance and liquidity sourcing for an extensive range of markets.
We take a hybrid approach to technology, using our in-house knowledge and expertise to build our front-end trading platforms and proprietary post-trade systems. We complement this expertise by using specialist third-party applications. This strategy ensures we can swiftly meet each individual requirement of our ever-evolving and diverse client base, ensuring you have access to the most suitable solutions.
The global macro picture is starting to present some downside risks in the near term as China's economy is set to slow further and supply-chain bottlenecks continue to cap growth. New orders and new export orders in China are contractionary, and we expect demand in Q4. Order backlogs and lead times for products will continue in Q4, limiting growth, and real consumption is weaker than it looks. Higher costs from shipping, raw materials and energy will take their toll on the consumer, and we expect end-user demand to suffer. The final piece of the jigsaw is the reduction in stimulus from central banks and how that will impact financial markets, bond yields, and the dollar has rallied while stocks corrected, but what will this trend continue?
Commentary and analysis covering OTC currency option pricing, volatility and positioning.