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Bond World Grows Less Opaque – Bloomberg Gadfly 

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Starting Monday, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority will include more information in its Trace bond-price reporting system to give a clearer sense of how much investors are paying traders in commissions for each transaction and the proportion of trades executed on electronic systems.

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  • Voodoo3
    Voodoo3July 17, 2016"More data in 1s and 2s won't change the real structure of the market. This is noise rather than progress.…"
  • Jester
    JesterJuly 16, 2016"This article is one big bowl of assumptions, wrapped in a candy coated shell of myth topped with a cherry of a conclusion: Transparency is good for electronic trading, bad for big dealers. It is not the author’s fault, this is generally the feeling amongst many traditional market participants as well, even if the evidence is to the contrary. Here is the thing, if your business model is reliant on mark to market sorcery to create paper profits, then absolutely, transpa…"
  • Wolfman
    WolfmanJuly 16, 2016"Mother, mother ocean, after all these years I've found My occupational hazard being my occupation's just not around. Isn't it wonderful that the regulators want a component of market structure without really understanding the true impact?…"

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Wolfman
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Mother, mother ocean, after all these years I’ve found
My occupational hazard being my occupation’s
just not around.
Isn’t it wonderful that the regulators want a component of market structure without really understanding the true impact?

Jester
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This article is one big bowl of assumptions, wrapped in a candy coated shell of myth topped with a cherry of a conclusion: Transparency is good for electronic trading, bad for big dealers. It is not the author’s fault, this is generally the feeling amongst many traditional market participants as well, even if the evidence is to the contrary. Here is the thing, if your business model is reliant on mark to market sorcery to create paper profits, then absolutely, transparency hurts that shell game. However, one argument that never gets made in support of transparency is that it allows… Read more »
Voodoo3
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More data in 1s and 2s won’t change the real structure of the market. This is noise rather than progress.

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