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Concerns mount over stalled connectivity and price distribution

Fixed income traders still lack the direct connectivity they need to protect pricing and control data flow, according to leading buy-side stakeholders. Speaking at the...

Industry viewpoint : Accessing China’s bond market with HSBC

Outlining the market impact of the latest changes in the Chinese bond market, Tony Shaw, Head of Institutional Sales APAC at HSBC, discusses the...

Market structure : The decline of the European broker : Dan...

The fall of Europe’s brokers Reduced competition could lead to higher prices for buy-side bond traders. The collapse of European brokerage houses is hitting buy-side trading...

Could OpenFin be as big as Bloomberg?

Connectivity between technologies and between trading participants is a perennial problem for bond trading desks. Hooking up with a new trading platform or service...

Greenwich Associates: European fixed income trading becoming more concentrated

Regulatory changes and difficult market conditions have made European fixed income a more challenging business for banks, according to analyst house Greenwich Associates, leading...

Derivatives : Migrating benchmarks : Dan Barnes

LIBOR: WHEN TO JUMP ON THE SOFR The transition from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) to overnight indexed swap rates is moving, but when...

Uncertainty persists around process trades

A standardised approach to handling process trades would better support dealers. By David Wigan. In mid-February, the European Securities Market Association (ESMA) published a formal...

SSGA launches new bond ETF on Barclays Global Aggregate index

State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) has launched the SPDR Barclays Global Aggregate UCITS exchange traded fund (ETF). The fund is available unhedged on the...

SEC Fixed Income Committee: Debate on liquidity metrics

By Flora McFarlane. The often narrow focus of liquidity metrics in research was raised as a concern by the first meeting of the Security and...

Europe’s government bond market hits electronic ceiling

Electronification of rates in Europe could significantly enhance liquidity and boost trading. David Wigan investigates. Electronic trading of European government bonds may face a natural...

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