Cboe to launch Treasuries ‘dark pool’ by year-end

Exchange signs up dealer clients for new venue amid rising concerns around bond liquidity

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Cboe Global Markets is readying the launch of its ‘dark pool’ style interdealer trading venue for US Treasuries and expects the first trades to be completed by the end of this year.

Cboe Fixed Income, its first cash fixed income offering, pairs dealers willing to transact anonymously at high volume with minimal information leakage. Cboe registered the on-the-run Treasury platform as a broker-dealer in July and is currently signing up dealer clients and a clearing broker. 

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