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Tradeweb executes first electronic SONIA swaps vs Gilt futures

Fixed income market operator Tradeweb has facilitated its first electronic execution of SONIA swaps against Gilt futures for institutional investors. The electronic transaction was...

Editorial: Oversight of US bond markets is broken

Oversight of the US bond markets is broken. The world’s sixth largest bank by assets, JP Morgan, was able to manipulate the US Treasury...

CFTC & SEC: JP Morgan manipulated Treasuries market during flash crash...

US market regulators the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have fined JP Morgan over US$920 million in penalties...

JP Morgan and RBC added as eligible sellers to the Fed

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York funded Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility (SMCCF) added JP Morgan and RBC as eligible sellers of securities...

Fed: No bond ETF fees for BlackRock; JP Morgan still AWOL

Under the new Federal Reserve asset purchasing programme, BlackRock, the asset manager which is acting as the trading function for the programme, will charge...

Citi and JP Morgan absent from Fed programme

The list of eligible dealers for the Fed’s bond and exchange-traded fund programme for the 12th May has been published and it is missing...

Repo market stress prompts calls for central bank support

Could central bank intervention bypass sell-side intermediaries, if they only act as agents not risk takers? David Wigan reports. The stresses in the US repo...

The 2020 vision for primary markets

New platform launches in 2020 will see intense competition to manage the bond issuance process. Dan Barnes reports. Traders at buy-side firms are looking for...

Industry viewpoint : Accessing China’s bond market with HSBC

Outlining the market impact of the latest changes in the Chinese bond market, Tony Shaw, Head of Institutional Sales APAC at HSBC, discusses the...

The fall of Europe’s brokers

Reduced competition could lead to higher prices for buy-side bond traders. The collapse of European brokerage houses is hitting buy-side trading desks in two ways....