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.
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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.
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These are our biggest market structure trends to watch in 2020.
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ADV in November increased slightly to $571 billion a day, echoing a relatively calm month after much of the summer saw over $600 billion trading each day.
Investment-grade trading volumes at the largest trading venues grew faster than the overall market volume, leaving intact a growth streak that has seen e-trading grow in every month of 2019 thus far.

The Future of Trading: Redefining Data

Greenwich Report
December 2019 By: Kevin McPartland
In this Greenwich Report we will examine the impact of data on financial markets, which data is likely to become the most valuable over the next five years, who will provide that data, and how traders hope to put it to use.
Trading activity slowed in October for both investment-grade and high-yield corporate bonds, with average daily volumes down 8% and 9%, respectively.
After a busy summer, U.S. Treasury trading volumes declined in October, averaging $541 billion a day, a decline of 15% from 2019's high-water market the month before.
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