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Pre-trade data: The next generation

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The first generation of pre-trade analytics are consolidating; the second generation of price and liquidity providers such as Bondcliq and Katana will need to...

Greenwich: Data analytics now more valued than market structure knowledge

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Three out of four capital markets professionals say data analysis will be the most valued skill on trading desks over the next five years,...

Traders respond positively to MarketAxess/LiquidityEdge deal

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Buy-side traders have responded positively to the announcement that electronic bond market operator, MarketAxess, has agreed to buy LiquidityEdge, the US Treasuries marketplace, noting...

US Treasury market change catalysed by proprietary trading firms

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Proprietary trading firms are driving change faster than the interdealer brokers, writes David Wigan. Direct streaming of pricing data is changing the historical client/dealer relationship...

How to trade for alpha

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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

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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

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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,...

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:...

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...

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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