Banks and prop shops expect more trading tie-ups

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Bank and non-bank dealers expect electronic trading to continue spreading into fixed income markets – bringing the two groups of firms into more frequent competition, but also creating chances for them to work together.

“There is convergence, a definite overlap in the business we’re doing,” said Alex Shterenberg, global head of emerging markets and G10 electronic foreign exchange trading with Barclays in London. “But despite that convergence, I think the business models are different enough

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