Below is the press release for my most recent paper examining changes in the global FX market. The bottom line: big banks will continue to play a huge role, but non-bank liquidity providers will up there game increasingly interacting directly with institutional investors. Bloomberg News also highlighted our finding that hedge fund use of execution… Read More »
My latest Greenwich Research found that investors have seen a decline in dealer sourced liquidity, and that they’re concerned about it. It also found that more than expected are making prices in the bond market. It is very important to note, however, that price making is very different from market making. I explain in detail… Read More »
This was my first time chatting with Betty Liu at Bloomberg TV, which I really enjoyed. We discussed why the Fed shouldn’t hyper focus on short term market volatility, how bond market liquidity has changed but a crisis isn’t likely, and last but not least how relationships still matter even in this era of electronic… Read More »
This week as my first appearance on Bloomberg’s new morning show aptly called <GO>. Great new set and a fun format. In these two separate videos, we talk about our recently published Market Structure Trends for 2016 and the ongoing debate about whether or not the equity markets are rigged (spoiler alert; they are not).
Every month or so I have the pleasure of talking with the folks at the Benzinga #Premarket morning show. The listener base is predominantly retail which isn’t really my focus, however I love that they give air-time to market structure issues as they are as important to retail/professional traders as they are to the big institutions.… Read More »
The Wall Street Journal has a great featured piece today on the importance of the sales trader, which is something we at Greenwich have been out talking about quite a bit over the last few months. The WSJ story features our latest equity research (although the direct quote was unfortunately cut by the editors – sorry… Read More »