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Why US and European exchanges face very different landscapes

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While European authorities try to push more trading back onto stock exchanges, which have entered a period of consolidation, US regulators are angling for...

Nasdaq and Trumid collaborate

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Nasdaq and Trumid are collaborating on workflow solutions for Corporate Bond Investors, coupling Trumid’s innovative trading platform with Nasdaq Fixed Income’s technology and real-time...

European Women in Finance: Nichola Hunter, building fixed income businesses

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Shanny Basar talks to Nichola Hunter, head of rates at MarketAxess about leading a start-up, becoming an acquisition target and the growth of electronic...

MeTheMoneyShow – Episode 12

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Major exchanges are increasing access to digital currencies through technology and taxonomy innovations. Shanny Basar talks through the latest from NASDAQ and LSEG with...

State of the market: Analysis of the platform landscape

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Consolidation of the market continues, yet there are clear areas of growth in 2020. In the corporate and government bond trading space for dealer-to-client trading, the...

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...

Fixed income is Nasdaq’s greatest challenge

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By Flora McFarlane. Market operator Nasdaq has reported second quarter revenues from fixed income, commodities and currency (FICC) remained at US$19 million from Q1 2017,...

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...

‘Flash Boys’ hits US treasuries market

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An old-fashioned trading model is giving HFT firms the edge over dealers and funds on the interdealer treasury markets, writes Dan Barnes. A number of...

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