Thomson TradeWeb, the Jersey City-based fixed-income trading system, has made Canadian bonds available to European customers with Toronto-based network CanDeal.European institutional investors can now access securities including Canadian government bonds, Treasury bills, provincial bonds, Canada mortgage and housing bonds, as well as the Canadian money market. CanDeal and TradeWeb are also planning to make these products available to customers in Asia soon.
In June 2005, TradeWeb and CanDeal signed an agreement to make their networks accessible via each others’ platform. Since then, Canadian bonds have been available to TradeWeb’s US customers, while average daily trading volumes in Canadian bonds have tripled in Canada and the US.
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