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The syndication trader

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A syndication specialist could improve operational efficiency and give asset managers greater control over primary market activity, writes Dan Barnes. As primary markets evolve, a...

Municipal mean reversion

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Dealers are now committing more capital in the muni market but future tax reforms threaten buy-side demand. Chris Hall reports. Is the US municipal bond...

Derivatives desks at the crossroads

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Having full access to derivatives gives a trading desk greater flexibility, but heads of trading need to assess the operational burden. Francesca Carnevale and...

Government & municipal bonds : Electro muni : Chris Hall

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GLOBAL WINDS OF CHANGE FUEL MUNICIPAL BOND AUTOMATION. International interest is pushing the municipal bond market towards greater electronification and transparency. Chris Hall reports. A new...

Dealers need to go with the flow

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Broker-dealers must become more technologically savvy in the derivatives space if they want to impress buy-side clients. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. Multi-asset trading is increasingly...

Making a mark on TCA

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Transaction cost analysis is becoming more sophisticated despite data limitations. Lynn Strongin Dodds looks at the current offerings. Fixed income markets are becoming more transparent....

Regulation Automated Trading – The finishing line

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Lynn Strongin Dodds asks whether the CFTC can get the bill passed before the election and what its impact will be if it does. The...

Return of volatility – will liquidity shifts bend or break US...

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Disclosed trading and internalisation are increasing as liquidity is wrung out of dealers and electronic market-makers. Chris Hall reports. As January’s storms ripped holes in...

Will liquidity shifts bend or break US Treasuries?

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Disclosed trading and internalisation are increasing as liquidity is wrung out of dealers and electronic market-makers. Chris Hall reports. As January’s storms ripped holes in...

Fed breaks silence on HFT in treasuries

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Having opened the US government debt market to high-frequency trading, authorities now push market participants to “be good citizens”. Dan Barnes reports. The Federal Reserve...

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