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Fed: No bond ETF fees for BlackRock; JP Morgan still AWOL

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Under the new Federal Reserve asset purchasing programme, BlackRock, the asset manager which is acting as the trading function for the programme, will charge...

Citi and JP Morgan absent from Fed programme

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The list of eligible dealers for the Fed’s bond and exchange-traded fund programme for the 12th May has been published and it is missing...

Trumid Profile

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TRUMID. Trumid has experienced astounding growth over the past year, with average daily trading volume in January up 325% over January 2019, reaching US$761m, which...

Trumid partners with Barclays

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Bond market operator, Trumid Financial, has established a strategic partnership with Barclays. Barclays will join Trumid’s Trading Advisory Committee to collaborate on trading and...

The 2020 vision for primary markets

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New platform launches in 2020 will see intense competition to manage the bond issuance process. Dan Barnes reports. Traders at buy-side firms are looking for...

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....

Traders grapple with bigger syndicates and more issuance

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To handle wider syndicates and greater volumes of issuance, traders cannot rely on manual processes. Chris Hall investigates. “There has been no real improvement in...

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...

Rates : Fully automatic? : Dan Barnes

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Market volatility may shift rates back to voice in 2019 If predicted volatility pushes firms towards voice trading next year, rates traders will suffer from...

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