Institutional Investor: A new report from Greenwich Associates shows that institutions are spending roughly $900,000 per year on alternative data sources.
Profit & Loss: A new report from Greenwich Associates says that the focus of e-trading efforts in financial markets is switching away from mature markets like FX and into high yield bonds and cash equities.
Finance Magnates: The most notable among a new Greenwich Report findings was a plateauing of electronic trading in the foreign exchange (FX) markets.
Bloomberg: “TD has always had a great credit team and they’ve really stepped up the rates side of the business” this year, Peter Kane, said in a phone interview. “That’s brought them to knocking on RBC’s door and vying for first position.”
MarketsMedia:Richard Johnson said that institutional interest in the space has begun, as indicated by the bitcoin futures launched on CME and Cboe, the US exchanges.
FundFire: Small and niche institutional managers will have an advantage because of their concentrated focus, explains Sara Sikes.
Traders: A new report, Venue Analytics: Routing a Path to Best Execution, from Greenwich Associates analyzes the role venue analysis is playing in institutional trading.