BoNY Puts Up FX Web Site

October 11, 2006 ( - The Bank of New York (BoNY) has announced the launch of a new Web site offering clients enhanced foreign exchange (FX) research and analysis capabilities.

A BoNY news release said the Web site also includes detailed data on cross-border investment trends, daily FX commentary, in-depth examination of economic news and central bank decisions, as well as coverage of daily worldwide events that affect currency, equity and fixed income markets.

Through the Web site, clients can also access research reports and proprietary commentary on foreign exchange markets written and analyzed by the bank’s currency strategists, according to the news release. The Global Markets Morning Update provides news headlines and commentary that is updated twice daily at the open of trading inLondon and in New York. The FX Comment provides commentary on late-breaking market events during New York trading hours.

Also available on the Web site are audio podcasts delivered by the bank’s currency strategists on a variety of topics and trends to keep clients updated while away from their offices. The Web site will also offer expanded iPFM coverage on emerging markets

A significant highlight of the Web site is the bank’s interactive Portfolio Flow Monitor, or iPFM, which monitors more than $12 trillion in cross-border capital flows from the bank’s global custody business.

To access the new Web site, visit .