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BofA: ‘Universal gloom’ in fund manager survey

The latest fund manager survey by BofA has found that a net 92% of survey participants expect a recession in Europe over the next twelve months up from 75% last month, ...

Fitz Partners: Fund revenue margins drop 10% in 3 years, multi-asset offers hope

In the latest edition of its ‘Investment Advisory Fee Benchmarking Report’, fund research company Fitz Partners has looked at the different costs which make up fund ...

Risk appetite increasing as investor confidence rises 5.1 Points in August

State Street Global Markets has released the results of the State Street Investor Confidence Index (ICI) for August 2022. The Global Investor Confidence Index increased ...

Are US dealers still offsetting credit trading risks?

As US banks see credit positions turn negative, and interdealer market volumes remain flat, The DESK asks how they offset risk as their credit trading volumes rise with ...

BofA: Analysis sees surprise future drop in inflation

A report by Bank of America Securities (BofAS), using its BofA Global Proprietary Signals, has found that the futures market is indicating that inflation will moderate ...

Coalition Greenwich: 0% impact of ESG on bond trade execution - but is there a benchmark?

According to new research from Coalition Greenwich, 0% of US-based buy-side bond traders report that environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacted their choice of ...

Coalition Greenwich: Buy-side desk budgets hit US$2 million per year

The average buy-side trading desk budget is just over $2 million annually, inclusive of both technology and compensation, with roughly one-third allocated to technology ...

Refinitiv report on fixed income trading finds strong appetite for automation

Refinitiv, part of the London Stock Exchange Group, and analyst firm Coalition Greenwich, have released a report on the evolution of trading in fixed income as one of a ...

OMS market: Vendors focusing on strategic sales pitch

Research suggests that an apparently limited interest in changing order management systems (OMS) on buy-side trading desks has been overcome by OMS vendors at least ...

How the effects of war are spreading in Asia

The war in Ukraine outside of Europe is, from a capital markets perspective, driving a ‘risk-off’ attitude across issuers, buy-side and sell-side firms. As previously ...

Market reflects grim situation in Ukraine

The invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022 by Russia, wedded to subsequent sanctions and travel restrictions have triggered a series of market responses with the value ...

Coalition Greenwich: Asian bond markets see electronic trading adoption accelerate

New analysis by research firm Coalition Greenwich has found that, while much of the e-trading growth in Asia to date has come via relatively liquid G3 and Chinese Yuan ...

bfinance finds insurers' move away from fixed income is accelerating

Analysis by investment research firm, bfinance, has found that the proportion of insurers decreasing their fixed income holdings has been accelerated by the pandemic, ...

How Omicron has shaken trading desks

Investors and analysts are urging a cautious response to the new Covid variant – Omicron – after Friday’s markets saw the Volatility Index (VIX) jump 10 points to 28, ...

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