The US Federal Reserve is “close to finalizing an agreement” with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) to collect trade data from a wider range of market participants in the US Treasury markets, as part of plans to expand the data that the Fed captures on the fixed income markets.
In a speech on December 3, Federal Reserve governors’ board member Lael Brainard noted that data collected and disseminated via Finra’s TRACE (Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine) has proved
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