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Research: OMS/EMS Survey 2022

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Traders prioritise O/EMS analytics as liquidity dries up OMS/EMS stacks need to help traders assess trading conditions in 2022. The DESK’s research into buy-side execution and...

Research: Fixed Income TCA Survey 2022

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Better integration into trading workflow The DESK’s execution research survey into fixed income TCA 2022. Our research took in 40 major asset management firms’ use...

Value and issuance in European credit

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Outflows in European bond funds are following a drop in the relative value of European credit, as shown in data from the IHS Markit...

Will primary market tools fragment new issuance instead of standardising it?

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Research by The DESK has found that buy-side traders have adopted a range of primary market tools to help them increase their efficiency at...

The Trading Intentions Survey 2022

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New platforms and late bloomers are all seeing greater interest. This year buy-side desks have a renewed vigour for investing in trading tools, with far...

IHS Markit partners with Adroit to deliver multi-asset execution via thinkFolio

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Investment services, risk and data management giant, IHS Markit, has partnered with Adroit Trading Technologies to give access to its multi-asset execution management capabilities...

Restricting access to derivatives

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In 2022 regulation and market activity may see greater adoption of derivatives, but traders need to be cognisant of their limitations. Dan Barnes reports. Derivatives,...

Get it together: Traders seek primary market harmony

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With issuance expected to stay high in 2022, traders appeal for a streamlined approach to primary market interfaces. The level of global bond issuance in...

A third of US buy-side bond traders see dealer connectivity as...

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Research published by data, analytics and trading systems provider, IHS Markit, has found that 33% of buy-side fixed income traders are assessing direct connecting...

Front-to-back OMS providers change strategy

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Dan Barnes investigates why big OMS providers are partnering with smaller players. In 2018, following the acquisition of Charles River Development by State Street, it seemed...

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