The regulator confirms plans to publish synthetic one, three and six-month US dollar Libor rates until September 2024, while sterling Libor will continue until March 2024, extending the original deadlines to assist with cash contract transitions.
New analytics tools are allowing regulators to take a more data driven approach to supervision of firms of all sizes, SteelEye chief Matt Smith told The TRADE.
According to Substantive Research, pricing inconsistencies also exist within the ratings market and index market, as well as in the research and analytics market.
Annabel Smith takes a peek inside Euronext’s newly migrated data centre in Bergamo and dives into what the move means for market structure post-Brexit.
The data specialist has raised funding from new and existing investors including Nasdaq Ventures, FactSet and IQ Capital.
The TRADE sits down with director of cross asset market structure at Barclays, Matt Coupe, to explore the areas of market structure that overlap across asset classes and how this could be developed further.
As the conversation around a consolidated tape for bonds heats up, Annabel Smith explores EU, UK and US plans to improve transparency regimes for fixed income.
Buy-side panellists were united in their agreement that the rising cost of data was impacting them most heavily.
Wave Labs will provide access to a free web-based dashboard which can be used to view and analyse live and historical buy-side trade data shared over Glimpse’s network.
Integration will allow clients to access data which can be used to inform trading, risk management and profit and loss management.