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The market for U.S. Treasurys is changing. Constrained balance sheets are pushing banks to hold fewer bonds and instead act as facilitators of big trades, according to Kevin McPartland, head of market structure and technology at Greenwich Associates...

“Inclusion of a well-capitalized, well-rated firm onto the primary dealer list can only be a positive for the Treasury market,” Kevin McPartland, head of research for market structure and technology at financial-services consulting firm Greenwich...

Constrained balance sheets are pushing banks to hold less bonds and instead act as facilitators of big trades, according to Kevin McPartland, head of market structure and technology at Greenwich Associates. In that environment, making money in rates...

If investors are right that it’s getting harder to trade bonds, it’s not for lack of places for buyers and sellers to meet. The bond market now has 99 electronic platforms to facilitate fixed-income trading from London to New York and Singapore...

Three-quarters of institutional bond investors say that liquidity provided by bond dealers has declined in the past year, according to Greenwich Associates. The research with 51 money managers shows that 61% view the drop-off as a risk to their...

Greenwich Associates Kevin McPartland discusses the search of corporate bond liquidity on "Bloomberg Markets." 

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