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The disruption that is 2020 may have slowed some market participants' streaming efforts despite what feels like an inevitable evolution forward.
The most interesting element of October for electronic trading of corporate bonds was the sharp increase in Tradeweb volumes.
On February 24, 2020, U.S. equity markets began a precipitous four-week decline, punctuated by a series of dramatic drops and rebounds.
Historical highs and lows in the U.S. corporate and municipal bond markets punctuated all of 2020. The markets swung from record volumes and volatility in the spring to unnerving calm in the summer.
The day-to-day aspects of the FX market have largely returned to normal from the periods of high volatility and volume and wide spreads seen earlier in the year. But what about the structure of the FX market as a whole?
Defining electronic trading matters. It matters not just to market observers, but it matters to the market itself. At a macro level, the continued electronification of the fixed-income market is good for investors, but measuring exactly whom it's...

Rule 606(b)(3) and Beyond

Greenwich Report
October 2020 By: Shane Swanson
Institutional traders have long sought data from their brokers to help validate their best execution decisions. As the markets have evolved, the data underpinning the markets have become richer, deeper and even somewhat daunting.
Whether utilizing or taking advantage of cloud technology, artificial intelligence (AI) or process automation, financial services firms are embracing innovation to propel their organizations into the new decade.

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