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.
In a global market in which it’s increasingly tough for banks to make money in fixed income, Asia stands out as a welcome exception.
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.
At the heart of today’s fierce competition among global FX dealers is the fact that market participants are getting more sophisticated about how and where they execute their trades.

FX API Aggregators and Anonymous ECNs

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Ken Monahan
This Greenwich Report examines the role that API aggregators play and why they are an increasingly critical part of the FX electronic trading story.

Asian Fixed-Income E-Trading

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Ken Monahan
Asian fixed-income markets are being transformed by three powerful and interrelated trends: The growth of investment in local currency bonds, the rise of regional dealers and the accelerating expansion of e-trading.
We examine the forces and technology driving the trading desk of the future from the vantage point of 107 capital markets professionals.
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