GFI will begin development later this month, and aims to launch the bond data product in April or May, with bid-and-offer prices on investment grade, high-yield and emerging markets sovereign, corporate and agency bonds, along with asset-backed securities and floating-rate notes, though the offering will not initially include trade data, says Philip Winstone, global head of data sales at GFI in London.
"There is a lot of interest in the bond prices themselves-how [mostly corporate and sovereign]
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