The Evolution of Autoquoting in FICC Markets
As electronic trading of fixed income, currencies, and commodities continues to grow, autoquoting algorithms are taking on an expanding role. Algorithms now provide pricing for U.S. Treasuries, interest rates swaps, investment grade bonds, and Mortgage TBAs. In this Trader Insights, Jonathan Allen discusses how autoquoting is changing the landscape and offering quicker and in some cases, more accurate quotes.
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