Vendors push voice data across the trade lifecycle

Through partnerships and acquisitions, communications vendors are integrating voice data into different parts of the trade lifecycle to offer more sophisticated analytics and easier user interfaces.

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Electronification has supplanted voice trading in some fixed-income markets, particularly in instruments like US Treasuries, though progress is uneven.

Rather than fading away, voice-based communications are adapting to new technology. Trading turrets are now available through touchscreen and in the cloud. But it is not just a shift away from physical, on-premises hardware. The harnessing of voice as a source of market data is now propelling an expansion of voice data into other stages of the

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