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Risk – Redemption shock

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If funds are not given daily liquidity by the market, can they support daily redemptions for clients? Chris Hall reports. When pandemic-fuelled panic hit the...

Data’s weakness in March crisis accelerates calls for European tape

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Where European bond market infrastructure has lagged behind US, traders – and therefore investors – have suffered. From a promised age of enlightenment, many traders...

EMSs connect the dots in bond trading

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Increased integration between venues and trading tools could herald far greater automation. Moving a fixed income order from a portfolio manager to a counterparty is becoming...

Red, consolidated, tape

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Traders want Europe to improve the quality of fixed income data, and quickly. Gill Wadsworth reports. In October UK consultant Market Structure Partners was awarded...

CSDR: Settlement ‘discipline’ could punish market liquidity

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A regulatory shadow hangs over the market as agencies battle to contain the impact. Chris Hall reports. As part of the European Commission’s efforts to...

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...

Securities financing: SFTR threatens smaller players

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By Lynn Strongin Dodds. The delay to the regulation gives market participants more breathing room but they should not get too comfortable. Lynn Strongin Dodds looks...

Credit: The liquid, green bond sea

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By Dan Barnes. Green bonds issuance is booming and investor appetite growing, making access to markets increasingly important. The size of the green bond market reached...

Major concerns raised about repo

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By Flora McFarlane. Several buy-side practitioners have voiced warnings about the outlook for the ‘broken’ repo market, warning that European regulators needed to address the...

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