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Concerns mount over stalled connectivity and price distribution

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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

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

The fall of Europe’s brokers

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Reduced competition could lead to higher prices for buy-side bond traders. The collapse of European brokerage houses is hitting buy-side trading desks in two ways....

Could OpenFin be as big as Bloomberg?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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