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EM in ‘limbo’ provides trading and pricing challenges

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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....

Direct price streaming will transform credit trading

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Banks are providing corporate bond pricing feeds direct to clients shaping new potential execution paths. Dan Barnes reports. Big investment banks including Morgan Stanley, UBS...

Rates : Munis : Dan Barnes

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Return of muni futures shows the market’s got moxie. The municipal bond market is addressing its problems head on and in doing so, defying...

James Wallin: On valuing the desk

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Proving and demonstrating the value of the trading desk at the very highest levels of the organisation creates a virtuous circle of investment and...

Demotivated dealers

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By Flora McFarlane. Sell-side bond trading is losing its lustre for traders, according to Greenwich Associates research. Increasing automation and regulatory changes may be the...

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