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Citi asserts control over any data tied to bilateral client trades

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The European credit trading team at Citi has, according to several large asset managers, told buy-side clients the bank owns any data relating to...

MarketAxess Mid-X launches in US

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MarketAxess has made Mid-X, its anonymous session-based matching protocol, live for US market participants after its initial launch in Q4 2020 with European participants. The...

Research: Volatility has changed trading protocol choices in 2021

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Buy-side trading desks have used markedly different proportions of trading protocols between passive and active portfolios this year compared to 2020. The DESK’s Trading Protocols...

Making the impossible, possible

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Confidence in pricing data supports entirely new ways of trading through multiple trading protocols. The DESK caught up with Matthew Walters, head of product for...

Analysis of US yields in 2021 and anticipation for next year

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Yields for US high yield bonds have turned a corner, according to MarketAxess data, following a drop from 3.65% in April down to 3.065%...

November sees e-trading volumes up

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The 2020 pandemic marked a critical turning point for electronic trading in the corporate bond markets according to Tradeweb in the firm’s 2021 letter...

Flow Traders joins MarketAxess as named CP across US HY and...

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Flow Traders has committed to become a name-disclosed liquidity provider in US high yield corporate bonds, Euro-denominated investment grade and high yield bonds and...

Analysis: Is credit trading really so close?

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Last week we reported on the battle for credit trading between keen rivals MarketAxess and Tradeweb. During this reporting, we noted that Morgan Stanley...

Analysis: Credit belongs to…

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In 2021, electronic credit trading has seen a close fought race between two giants, MarketAxess and Tradeweb. While both have slightly different profiles, through...

The impact of trading long-dated bonds

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Faced with the prospect of climbing rates, some investors will be looking to switch out of lower coupon bonds to capture higher returns. However,...

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