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CME Group launches price comparison tool for cash US Treasuries and futures

Derivatives market operator, CME Group, has launched UST Market Profile, a tool to bring together listed Treasury futures and BrokerTec cash treasuries in one ...

John Orrock joins Cowen fixed income outsourced trading

John Orrock, managing director, Cowen Outsourced Trading.

Liquidnet: Listed derivatives volumes grew nearly 46% globally in 2021

A new report published by market operator Liquidnet has identified a 45.8% growth in listed derivatives trading volumes in 2021 over the previous year.

CME Group to launch 20-Year US treasury bond futures on 7 March

Market operator CME Group will expand its benchmark US Treasury futures and options offering with the addition of 20-Year U.S. Treasury Bond futures on March 7, pending ...

Portfolio trading just keeps growing

Portfolio trading has grown so much, so quickly that it’s even surprised us. When we first launched the functionality, which allows traders to package multiple bonds ...

Tipping Point: CME’s SOFR-linked STIR Futures eclipse Libor-linked STIR Futures for first time

CME open interest data confirms that Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR)-linked short term interest rate (STIR) Futures open interest has, for the first time, ...

Colm Murtagh: The Long Goodbye

Colm Murtagh, Head of U.S. Institutional Rates, Tradeweb.

US inflation hits its highest level in three decades

Jonathan Baltora, head of sovereign, inflation and FX, AXA Investment Managers.

Jonathan Rick: SOFR First slowly, then all at once

SOFR First slowly, then all at once: Measuring the market transition from LIBOR Jonathan Rick, director of research, Tradeweb. Jonathan Rick, Director of Research, ...

E-trading bond platforms outperform banks' Q3 in fixed income trading

Market operator Tradeweb has seen a strong Q3 revenue against the same quarter in 2020, while electronic bond-trading MarketAxess has seen a slight decrease in revenues. ...

Credit Suisse and VTB fined millions by UK, US and Swiss authorities over Mozambican bonds

Credit Suisse Group AG has agreed to pay nearly US$475 million to Swiss, UK and US authorities, including nearly $100 million to the US Securities and Exchange ...

TMPG meets to discuss key challenges in the Treasury market structure

The Treasury Market Practices Group (TMPG), an industry roundtable coordinated by the US Federal Reserve (The Fed) met on Tuesday 19 October to discuss an update on the ...

FILS 2021: Buy-side needs to make more noise for the right data

Data providers and regulators concur that the buy-side needs to communicate more clearly with politicians and suppliers if they are to get baseline bond data, and more ...

Bond-trading broker-dealer charged for allegedly bankrupting firm

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Keith Wakefield, a former managing director and head of fixed income trading at IFS Securities, an Atlanta-based ...

7 Chord’s appliance of science boosted with new hires

7 Chord, the provider of predictive analytics for sovereign and corporate bond prices to fixed income traders, issuers, and institutional investors, has appointed Andrew ...

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