Just as markets are never static, the same is true for market structure. New technologies, products, business practices, and competitive dynamics continually change the nature of markets.
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Trading and investment ideas are increasingly being extracted from mountains of data in ways that were virtually impossible only five years ago.
Institutions are increasingly attracted to ETFs as a cheap and efficient means of taking on the both tactical and strategic exposures needed for portfolio construction and adjustment.

The Automation of the Bond Market

Greenwich Report
January 2020 By: Kevin McPartland
The corporate bond market's evolution in 2019 was notable. Electronic trading of investment-grade corporate bonds grew 39% between January and November 2019.
Under a backdrop of increasing fee pressure, slowing AUM growth and reduced margins, the investment management industry is now facing research unbundling trends, which require many asset managers to implement a formal evaluation, budgeting and...
The financial advisor landscape is ripe for change. There are a multitude of tools and technologies available to not only improve advisor performance, but decrease costs and improve efficiencies.
These are our biggest market structure trends to watch in 2020.

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