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David Krein

Head of Research

Measuring the Impact of US Investment Grade New Issues on TRACE Volume

The last few years have proven to be momentous on the US Investment Grade new issue calendar, and 2016 is positioning likely to be the biggest yet. The latest data through September 30 indicates that this market is on track for $1.7T in new issue volume, which would make it the 7th consecutive year of growth and double that of 2010’s $850B new issue volume.

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Gareth Coltman

Head of European Product Management, MarketAxess

The Rise of the Buy-Side as a Price Maker

In the second quarter of 2016, over 600 buy-side firms across the US, Europe and Asia offered liquidity via MarketAxess’ all-to-all Open Trading protocols. Has the age of the buy-side price maker finally arrived?

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David Krein

Head of Research

Trade frequency: More ways this isn't your father's bond market

After several years of record-low interest rates and an unprecedented wave of issuance, today's bond market is unlike anything that has come before it. We've ballooned to over $8 trillion in U.S. high grade and high yield corporate bond debt outstanding while pushing overall bond market turnover to an all-time low during the same period.

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