Cover story - Forex poll - Mergers transform the forex market - Citigroup has retaken top spot from Deustche Bank in the 2001 foreign exchange poll, though its advantage is slender. There are signs that the foreign exchange world is changing, with mergers among the top banks and the onset of electronic trading beginning to alter the character of the market.
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