Soaring demand from investment managers for outsourced trading has seen the number of providers in this space increase fourfold in less than five years, Coalition Greenwich found.
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Return of volatility this year has led to predictions that it’ll mirror 2020, with spread products that spiked in 2021 down and FX trading volumes up.
Coalition Greenwich report found that almost half of equity traders see proposed changes to payment for order flow (PFOF) as the most important ongoing regulatory initiative.
New report from Coalition Greenwich found that since 2016, bonds traded electronically in Asia have more than doubled.
Retail surge preventing over half of institutions from meeting options trading objectives, study finds
Study by Coalition Greenwich found that 54% of institutions said the retail activity surge was negatively impacting their ability to achieve their objectives in the options markets.
Following increased activity in digital assets from traditional institutional investors, the market structure is evolving to meet their needs and preferences.
A study by Coalition Greenwich found that 44% of institutional investors currently use alt data, while an additional 24% plan to adopt alt data in the near future.
As research suggests multi-dealer platforms are increasingly costly for market participants, Annabel Smith explores whether this has encouraged FICC traders to move away from multi-dealer towards bilateral trading.
Research has found that portfolio trading volumes in the US fixed income markets increased 159% in the last two years.
Research has found from 2017 to 2020 investment grade and high yield bond e-trading in the US grew by 111% and 145% respectively compared to 61% growth in Europe.