Bloomberg wins FX Markets Best Market Data Provider award

For the fourth year in a row, Bloomberg has been voted “Best Market Data Provider” for foreign exchange by the readers of FX Markets magazine, as part of the publication’s annual Best Banks Awards.

Each year, the FX Markets Best Banks Awards honors excellence in the foreign exchange industry, according to a survey of dealers, corporates and investors. The results show which banks, brokerages and technology providers offer the best FX trading solutions to their clients across a range of categories. The awards are voted on by hundreds of FX Markets readers, who represent FX executives, traders, brokers, and other service providers.

Winning the FX Markets Best Market Data Provider award this year is particularly special as it recognizes the firm’s ability to consistently and reliably deliver high-quality FX data, even during a pandemic,” said Emilie Gallagher, head of FX and Commodities products. “Despite record-breaking volatility and whether working from home or their office, Bloomberg’s new and long-time clients were able to seamlessly access world-class FX data.”

Bloomberg’s FX data is available via the Bloomberg Terminal, the software used by more than 325,000 of the world’s leading business and financial executives, 0r via its enterprise data offerings.

Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately – is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg’s enterprise solutions build on the company’s core strength: leveraging technology to allow customers to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organizations more efficiently and effectively.

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