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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...

Greenwich Associates: Fixed-income future shaky for dealers

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By Flora McFarlane. Analyst firm Greenwich Associate’s report on investment banks trading European fixed income, has indicated that the first half of 2017’s buoyancy on...

Corporate Bond E-Trading 3.0: The drivers ahead

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As electronic trading in the corporate bond market increases, those platforms and market participants who intend to be at the cutting edge of the...

Greenwich Associates: Dealer fixed income technology draws in buy-side

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By Flora McFarlane. Technology spending by sell-side firms is a key factor to keeping and growing market share, according to a Greenwich Associates Report, entitled:...

Demotivated dealers

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By Flora McFarlane. Sell-side bond trading is losing its lustre for traders, according to Greenwich Associates research. Increasing automation and regulatory changes may be the...

Massive buy-side appetite for alternative data as 90% see return on...

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By Flora McFarlane. Nearly half of asset managers and three-quarters of hedge funds intend to increase spending on alternative data sources in 2018, with 90%...

Hiring spree sees banks bolster fixed-income desks

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By Flora McFarlane. A Greenwich Associates report indicates banks are rebuilding their sales and trading desks in response to several quarters of growth in fixed...

Volcker repeal plans challenged

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Ditching the Volcker Rule would have a limited effect on liquidity, but the enthusiasm for change exists. David Wigan writes. The Volcker Rule has been...

Connectivity platforms report FI deals ahead of MiFID II

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By Sobia Hamid. The growth of electronic trading in fixed income is driving connectivity between trading platforms. In 2016, Greenwich Associates estimated electronic trading of...

Treasuries reform and the buy-side trading desk

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Growing automation and market relationships will mean regulatory change is only part of the story. Dan Barnes investigates. Plans to make the US$543 billion-a-day US...

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