Backed by integrity and continued innovation
WM/Reuters delivers the industry’s broadest coverage, with both intraday and closing fixes for spot rates, forward contracts and NDFs.
For more than 20 years, WM/Reuters FX rates have served as fully independent, objective, unbiased sources for FX data. We pledge to ensure that the benchmarks remain trusted and fundamental components of market infrastructure – and are continually enhanced as market needs change.
Fully transparent, IOSCO-aligned methodology
Our published and transparent calculation methodology is fully aligned with the IOSCO Principles for Financial Benchmarks.
Designed to bring greater transparency to pricing in the FX market, WM/Reuters rates are built with data sourced directly from market transactions, applying multiple validation techniques on captured and calculated rates to result in accurate spot rates for each fix throughout the day.
Produced on the hour from Monday 7:00 am Sydney time – Friday 10:00 pm London time, with coverage including 150+ currencies against the EUR, GBP and USD
Rates for 32 currencies against the EUR are available daily (30-minute delay) free of charge. Alternatively rates for all 150+ currencies followed against the EUR, GBP and USD.
The WM/Reuters 12 noon EST FX benchmark gives you a reliable, transaction-oriented rate that enables you to evaluate the markets with greater clarity.
Fixed daily Monday–Friday at 4:00 pm London time, with coverage including 150+ currencies against the EUR, GBP and USD
Fixed daily Monday–Friday at 4:00 pm London time, with coverage including 80 forward currencies and 11 NDF currencies
Produced on the hour from 6:00 am – 9:00 pm London time; 10:00 am and 4:00 pm Sydney time; 2:00 pm New Zealand time; 11:00 am Singapore time; and 5:00 pm New York time
All rates are archived daily and are available direct from Thomson Reuters and other vendors
The trusted industry standard
More than 1,000 financial institutions currently rely on the WM/Reuters rates for greater clarity in evaluating global markets.
The following organizations use WM/Reuters rates to calculate the indices they provide:
- Citigroup Global Markets Ltd
- FTSE International Ltd
- IPD (International Property Database)
- JP Morgan Securities Ltd
- Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc
- Morgan Stanley Capital International Ltd
- OMX (Stockholm Stock Exchange Ltd)
- Standard & Poors
- STOXX LTD
The following associations recommend the WM/Reuters rates to their members as a standard when valuing portfolios with overseas holdings:
- ACI Suisse (The Financial Markets Association)
- AFXC (Australian Foreign Exchange Committee)
- IFSA (The Investment and Financial Services Association)
- PFA (Japan Pension Fund Association)
- NZFMA (New Zealand Financial Markets Association)