London-based electronic trading consortium LiquidityHub today added dollar interest rate swaps to its fixed-income liquidity-aggregation system.It now offers the liquidity of 12 of the consortium’s 16 banks in vanilla dollar interest rate swaps, as well as euro interest rate swaps, which went live from the system’s launch in October.
LiquidityHub is designed to pool the fixed-income liquidity of major dealers, allowing institutional clients to view and trade on real-time streaming prices through trading platforms Reuters or Bloomberg.
The consortium expects to add US Treasury bonds by the end of 2007, and European government bonds during 2008.
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