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EM debt funds on a winning streak for inflows

According to Morgan Stanley analysis, emerging market (EM) debt funds have seen eight weeks of inflows over the summer period, representing the longest streak...

Morgan Stanley: Fed buying programme has benefits beyond direct purchases

Analysis of the Federal Reserve’s Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility (SMCCF) by Morgan Stanley analysts has found that its purchases of exchange traded funds...

Odd-lot bond case alleges pressure on Bloomberg and collusion

In the US Southern District Court of New York, a class-action lawsuit has been brought against a group of banks, alleging that since 1...

Not fighting the Fed on high yield flow

High yield bonds have seen electronic trading in the US increase, with liquidity enhanced by the Federal Reserve’s announcement on 9 April that it...

EM in ‘limbo’ provides trading and pricing challenges

Emerging market bond funds have seen outflows continue to slow significantly, with Morgan Stanley’s analysts estimating it at US$1.8 billion, equating to about 0.42%...

Buy side finds trading on the turn no less challenging

When everyone was selling and no-one was buying liquidity vanished. However, as bond market outflows lessen, and in some cases reverse, many buy-side traders...

Portfolio trading is booming in liquidity crisis

Ongoing market volatility has led to a spike in popularity of portfolio trading according to trading platforms, dealers and buy-side traders. Market operator Tradeweb...

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...

Connectivity vs relationship control is on the agenda at FILS

Support for streaming firm prices is contingent on connectivity between price-makers and price-takers; a big question which will play out over this year’s Fixed...

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....