The US rates market resembles the FX market five years ago – ValueWalk Premium

The US rates market resembles the FX market five years ago

At a time when Goldman Sachs fixed-income trading revenue fell sharply in the first quarter – much of it tied to coal and struggling shopping mall retailers – one component that was not to blame was bond market liquidity. What is happening in US Treasury trading volumes “is more of a shift in who (and how) liquidity is provided, than a core drop in liquidity,” an April 20 Celent research piece observed, pointing to a new market making a reality in US Treasury . . .

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