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Craig McLeod, Co-Head of EM, MarketAxess explains why Request for Market is electrifying emerging markets trading. This article all about data and why, as...

The burgeoning portfolio trading business

Electronic portfolio trading offers an efficient execution channel for baskets of bonds, but Lynn Strongin Dodds finds there are several barriers to growth. Portfolio trading...

How asset managers capture micro-alpha opportunities

Setting up your desk correctly can help to boost returns for funds and clients. When an opportunity arises for a fund to improve its returns,...

High demand for effective trading protocols

Buy-side traders, whether heavily reliant on voice trading or moving to a more electronic execution model, say they are keen to find effective protocols that...

Traders respond positively to MarketAxess/LiquidityEdge deal

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...

Record volumes reported across platforms

By Vineet Naik. Record trading volumes have been reported across platforms in 2019 despite decreased volatility and challenging market conditions. LiquidityEdge, TradeWeb, and MarketAxess have...

Build your own EMS

Frustration with commercial front office technology is leading major buy-side firms to build execution capabilities. Buy-side spend on order management and execution management systems (O/EMS)...

Viewpoint : Gareth Coltman : MarketAxess

Smarter trading – Data and auto execution An interview with Gareth Coltman, Head of European Product Management, MarketAxess. How is automation manifesting on the buy-side desk...

Pre-trade data demand grows and platform concentration weakens

The 5th Annual Trading Intentions Survey sees a hunger for data and a surge in new liquidity tools. Key takeaways: •          Massive growth for crossing / mid-point...

Greenwich predicts schism in European and US bond markets

By Vineet Naik. European bond market structure is likely to diverge further from the US, as a result of the different investment models which are...