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  • Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Electronic trading volume in US fixed income hits record

Kevin McPartland, Coalition Greenwich.

Greenwich: Nearly half of bond trading desk budgets now spent on technology

New research by Coalition Greenwich has found that the proportion of budget for fixed income trading desks spent on technology grew to 46% in 2020, up from 40% the ...

Does trading performance need to be quantified to justify outsourcing?

An asset manager may need to assess the value that an outsourced trading provider offers using a range of measures in fixed income markets. Fixed income trading costs ...

Regulation & Market Structure: How the SEC and the Fed will change US bond markets in 2021

Transparency and structure is coming to the US Treasury and credit markets. The role of the Fed is changing and consequently the role of other agencies is changing to ...

MarketAxess’s 2020 revenues up nearly 35%

Rick McVey, CEO, MarketAxess

Greenwich: Treasuries volatility ‘crazy’ low compared to 2019

Analysis by research firm Greenwich Associates has found the US Treasury market saw volatility 50% lower in August 2020 than in August 2019, which report author Kevin ...

Greenwich: D2C Treasuries e-trading increases in July

An analysis of trading in the US Treasury space by Greenwich Associates has seen the proportion of electronic dealer-to-client activity (D2C) increasing in July, even as ...

Why US and European exchanges face very different landscapes

While European authorities try to push more trading back onto stock exchanges, which have entered a period of consolidation, US regulators are angling for a more ...

US Treasuries market picks up the electronic pace due to Covid-19

Covid-19 has triggered a “dramatic” shift in US Treasuries, the world’s largest bond market towards electronic execution from traditional voice trading, according to a ...

Data’s weakness in March crisis accelerates calls for European tape

Where European bond market infrastructure has lagged behind US, traders – and therefore investors – have suffered. From a promised age of enlightenment, many traders ...

E-trading ‘outpaced’ voice for some traders in liquidity crisis

The market has evolved valuable alternatives to traditional dealer liquidity. Electronic trading was tested in the March 2020 sell-off, and it held up well. But, most ...

Greenwich: Buy-side traders rate counterparties by data, not friendship

Relationships are becoming less important when buy-side traders are deciding which counterparties to trade with, as data on previous trading activity takes on a greater ...

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