Computer Trading in Bonds Won’t Match Stock Level, McKinsey Says – Bloomberg 08-07-13

Salient to Investors:

McKinsey & Co. and Greenwich Associates said:

  • The corporate bond market is unsuitable for full electronic trading because it has more securities compared with listed stocks and its issues trade at a lower frequency.
  • 80 percent of US investors and 55 percent of European investors surveyed said regulations related to the capital levels banks must maintain and other restrictions will make it harder to find debt to trade.

Read the full article at  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-07/computer-trading-in-bonds-won-t-match-stock-level-mckinsey-says.html

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