When time stamps are not available, Foreign Exchange Transaction Cost Analysis can still be done effectively. This paper details a solution to the absence of reliable volume weighted average price (VWAP) data in
over-the-counter (OTC) foreign exchange markets: The Interval Time Average Price (ITAP). The
methodology can be used to evaluate trading costs in OTC foreign exchange, even in cases where time
stamps may not be available in the trade history. The ITAP method produces an unbiased measure of
currency trading costs. For the complete paper, Download here.

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The Case for Mid-Market Rates in Over-the-Counter FX Transaction Cost Analysis
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