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    After a wild and volatile 2016, this year was all about the business of adjusting to the new normal.

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    JANUARY 23, 2017 | DATA POINTS

    Decades from now, will 2016 be remembered as a year populist politics forever altered the course of history, the year negative bond yields almost became a new normal, or when institutional investors began to embrace a new wave of fintech solutions? From our seat at the global crossroads of fixed-income, derivatives and ETF markets, it’s clear that all three of these trends have dramatically affected markets during the year, creating far-reaching, behavioral and structural changes that we’ll be talking about for many years to come.

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    DECEMBER 13, 2016 | TRADEWEB

    Wrapping up a record year-end, Tradeweb announced a 371% year-over-year increase in U.S. institutional cash credit volume to more than $11.8 billion in November.

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    FEBRUARY 20, 2014 | TRADEWEB

    Yields on the 10 Year U.S. Treasury benchmark climbed immediately following the release of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement, according to Tradeweb data. 

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    As the leading builder and operator of global fixed income marketplaces, Tradeweb is in a unique position to observe key themes in finance, policy, politics and investment behavior, all through the eyes of the markets. As always, 2012 was a year full of excitement and intrigue. Below, we outline our Top 10 Observations in the Global Fixed Income Markets for 2012. 


    1. Quantitative Easing 

    Quantitative Easing (QE) remained a key policy tool for several central banks around the world in 2012, as they injected cash in an attempt to stimulate their economies by printing money and buying bonds. Only three months after the Federal Reserve announced QE3, a $40 billion-a-month mortgage-backed securities buying program, it replaced QE3 on December 12 with QE4, an $85 billion-a-month Treasury and mortgage buying program that Fed said will last until unemployment reaches 6.5%...


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