APFIC Panelists Call for More Data, Greater Electronification to Fix Fixed Income Liquidity Crisis

Industry calls for more fixed income data in Asia

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"We've always had issues throughout the region. Since the 1998 crisis, we've seen a more conservative approach from regional banks and market makers. The jury is still out on how electronification will affect the markets in the long term," said Nick Underwood, fixed income business director for Asia Pacific at Interactive Data. I think we lack enough market data. So this is where we need more data. In the US, trade reporting over TRACE changed the industry, and spreads came way down. I would

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