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Greenwich Associates: Streaming prices boost buy-side bond liquidity in 2019

By Pia Hecher. Market intelligence provider Greenwich Associates has announced this year’s market structure trends, reporting that markets will remain volatile and exchanges will become...

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...

Rates : Fully automatic? : Dan Barnes

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...

Quorum 15 launches digital membership with Greenwich Associates

By Shobha Prabhu-Naik. Quorum 15, a global financial markets think tank, has entered a new partnership venture with analyst firm Greenwich Associates, to support digital...

Technology : How smart is dealer AI? : Dan Barnes

Can artificial intelligence boost broker-dealers’ client coverage? Simple automation will not work for complex bond markets; tools that learn to find patterns are needed...

Buy side reports price movement risk in Treasury trading

Automated trading and derivatives are changing the way US Treasuries are traded, exposing the buy side to high-frequency trading strategies. Chris Hall reports. If big...

How to trade for alpha

Smart institutional trading desks can boost returns in support of investment management. Dan Barnes reports. If institutional portfolio management (PM) and investment trading were separated in...

SEC committee signals direction for US credit rules

New fixed income committee sees pushback on structural approach to resolving credit market challenges. David Wigan reports. As European fixed income market participants get their...

Greenwich Associates: Buy side negative on CLOB for US treasuries

By Flora McFarlane. Only 16% of buy-side firms thought using a central limit order book (CLOBs) would have a positive impact on trading US treasuries,...

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