Money managers and major banks are discussing the possible creation of a stock-market equivalent...
Money managers and major banks are discussing the possible creation of a stock-market equivalent for corporate bonds, with sources saying the parties are interested in setting up a centralized electronic market where all participants could trade bonds freely with one another. The discussions, still in an early stage, highlight the concern over regulatory shifts that some fear will make bond trading more expensive.
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