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Pre-trade date: 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,...

The burgeoning portfolio trading business

Electronic portfolio trading offers an efficient execution channel for baskets of bonds, but Lynn Strongin Dodds finds there are several barriers to growth. Portfolio trading...

Traders respond positively to MarketAxess/LiquidityEdge deal

Buy-side traders have responded positively to the announcement that electronic bond market operator, MarketAxess, has agreed to buy LiquidityEdge, the US Treasuries marketplace, noting...

FINRA reporting change could support low-touch trading at size

A proposed pilot project for raising the size at which US bond trades must be reported, and delaying reporting for even larger trades, could...

Greenwich Associates: Growing dealer-client instability 

By Pia Hecher. Market intelligence provider Greenwich Associates found that between 2014 and 2018, there was a 50% increase in the median size of clients’...

US Treasury market change catalysed by proprietary trading firms

Proprietary trading firms are driving change faster than the interdealer brokers, writes David Wigan. Direct streaming of pricing data is changing the historical client/dealer relationship...