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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...

Greenwich Associates: 54% expect increased spend on consolidated data feeds

The onset of the COVID-19 crisis is highlighting the importance of market data infrastructure for both buy-side and sell-side firms, with pricing data feeds...

Greenwich: RFQ cuts convertible bond spreads in half

New research by analyst firm Greenwich Associates has found that the request for quote (RFQ) protocol is cutting the spreads made by the most...

Pre-trade data: The next generation

The first generation of pre-trade analytics are consolidating; the second generation of price and liquidity providers such as Bondcliq and Katana will need to...

Power to the people

New trading protocols can create paths to best execution or confound it through complexity. Chris Hall reports. “Every nation gets the government it deserves” was...

Greenwich Associates: Fixed income desks see highest buy-side tech spend

Technology spend on buy-side trading desks rose 4% in 2019 from the previous year, to reach US$2.2 million on average, with fixed-income trading desks...

State of the market: Analysis of the platform landscape

Consolidation of the market continues, yet there are clear areas of growth in 2020. In the corporate and government bond trading space for dealer-to-client trading, the...

Greenwich: Data analytics now more valued than market structure knowledge

Three out of four capital markets professionals say data analysis will be the most valued skill on trading desks over the next five years,...