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Key Points:• The platform saw a record €17.733bn traded in March• Trading activity in Q1 2017 was strongest ever at €45.11bn• Equity Europe proved to be the most active ETF category
Eurozone government bonds experienced a widespread sell-off in March,
with Germany’s 10-year Bund mid-yield ending the month 12 basis points higher
at 0.33%, having climbed to 0.49% on March 10.
This monthly report aggregates ten-year benchmark government bond data. All yields cited are mid-yields.
Key Points:• February trading activity reaches €12.06 bn• Government Bonds is most active ETF category • Seven fixed income funds feature in top ten ETF list
February saw January’s widespread sell-off in European government bonds reverse, with the exception of Spanish debt. According to Tradeweb data, the mid-yield on Spain’s 10-year benchmark bond ended the month nearly 3 basis points higher at 1.63%, having dropped as low as 1.56% on February 27.
Key Points:• January sees record-breaking activity of €15.3bn• Europe Equity is the most heavily-traded category • Six fixed income funds feature in the top ten ETF list
European government bonds suffered a sell-off in January against a backdrop of mixed economic data and geopolitical uncertainty. At the end of January 2017, 38.5% of European government bonds were in negative territory, down from 45.3% at the end of December 2016.
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.
Data Points consists of analytical coverage of our markets with information and data aggregated from across Tradeweb's database of real-time fixed income and derivatives trading activity.
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