Fixed Income and OTC Derivatives Trading, H1 2023: Behind the Numbers

Research suggests the recent bond market selloff was the largest in over 40 years.

Over the past several years, the OTC bond market has undergone a significant transformation in workflows and technological adoption. More recently, ongoing global conflict, persistent inflation, and an aggressive Federal Reserve have contributed to a marketwide rout that has the U.S. economy flirting with recession. As the Fed continues to raise interest rates, bond market investors continue to feel the pain.

This report is the fifth in a series of reports tracking the expanding list of critical factors affecting the U.S. OTC fixed income and derivatives markets. It utilizes qualitative and quantitative data provided by participant interviews, public trade-data resources, proprietary Datos Insights estimates, and third-party statistics to reach its conclusions about the current and future states of the fixed income marketplace.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Capital Markets service can download this report.

This report mentions BGC Partners, Bloomberg, FIA, GFI Group, LatAm SEF, NEX Group, SIFMA, Tradeweb, Tradition Group, and Tullet Prebon ICAP.

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