John Holman


Imagine a Wall Street correspondent shouting out news from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. But instead of reporting about Ford's stock price, she's giving an update about its 7.45% 2031 bond.

That picture might not seem too fantastic in a few years if the NYSE has its way. The Wall Street exchange is launching a new bond trading platform - NYSE Bonds - on April 23, which it hopes will improve transparency and liquidity for retail investors in a market dominated by a secretive club of

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Next-generation technologies and the future of trading

At a webinar in association with capital markets technology provider Numerix, panellists discuss the potential for increased adoption of the public cloud to boost investment performance, its impact on risk management and overcoming barriers to…

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