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Analyzing chair Gensler’s comments on TRACE reporting

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By Julien Alexandre & Grant Lowensohn Highlights The SEC chair recently announced the SEC was considering reducing the reporting window for US corporate bond transactions to...

ICE best execution service doubles coverage

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Intercontinental Exchange, Inc., a leading global provider of data, technology and market infrastructure, announced enhancements to its Best Execution service, which more than doubles...

New flexible data offerings – Eugene Grinberg

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Eugene Grinberg, Solve Advisors Co-Founder and CEO, tells The DESK how the firm’s acquisition of Advantage Data and Best Credit Data will support better decision-making...

TRACE recalibration exposes double counting

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An adjustment to bond trade reporting to TRACE, the US post-trade reporting tape for fixed income, has cut the volume of trades arranged via...

Juggling the growth in CUSIPs

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If the population of a country increased by 50% since 2014, you would think a housing crisis was likely. Yet in the year The DESK...

Chart of the week: Attack of the killer BBBs

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The lowest tier of investment grade bonds show an interesting opportunity in the new issue space, as observed by analyst firm CreditSights. Relative value...

Regulation & Market Structure: How the SEC and the Fed will...

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Transparency and structure is coming to the US Treasury and credit markets. The role of the Fed is changing and consequently the role of other...

MarketAxess: In focus: Systematic fixed income trading strategies

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As a growing number of banks, hedge funds and asset managers begin deploying more systematic and quantitative strategies across fixed income trading, Max Callaghan,...

Glimpse Markets launches data-sharing for buy-side trading desks

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Glimpse Markets, a new post-trade data sharing platform for fixed income, aims to turn data costs of the buy-side on their head, by providing...

Credit : Information overload : Dan Barnes

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Dealer axes: Can’t see the wood for the trees A proliferation of axes and inventories are making dealer data hard to consume by trading desks....

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