Firms leaning on electronic systems to stay ahead of the game
- Y2K brings in market-changing technology, leaving relics in the dust. Karchmer, Jennifer // Bond Buyer;12/22/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30793, p7
Discusses technological changes brought about by year 2000 to the bond market in the United States. Obsolescence of the Monroe bond calculator; Availability of Web-based tools.
- Technology takes. // Bond Buyer;12/22/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30793, p7
Presents statements from bond market participants about technologies related to the bond market in the United States. Includes Reid Smith on direct buyer bidding; Myles Harrington on accepting technology; Eduardo Prado on competing with Web sites such as MuniAuction; Mike Olander on electronic...
- Bond Market Innovations and Financial Intermediation. Smith, Donald J.; Taggart Jr., Robert A. // Business Horizons;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p24
Changes in the bond market in the past two decades have affected not only investing strategies, but also the nature of the financial industry. For many years the bond market was the realm of blue chip issuers and conservative investors. Its sedate pace suited those whose primary objectives were...
- S & Y Online: Stone & Youngberg Set to Introduce News and Trading System. Williams, Rochelle // Bond Buyer;5/13/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31634, p29
Stone & Youngberg LLC is planning to unveil its online system on May 15, 2003 at its distribution and bond-trading capacity. Youngberg earlier in 2003 purchased the intellectual-property rights from the online trading platform, which shut down in November 2002 after two years of operation. The...
- INNOVATION RESHAPES THE BOND MARKET. // Treasurer;Apr2015, p7
The article offers information on the research conducted by capital markets consultancy GreySpark Partners which reveals that technological innovation reshapes the market structure of the corporate bonds trading.
- SEC's Levitt: Tech Can Enhance Debt Markets. // Securities Industry News;05/03/99, Vol. 11 Issue 18, p3
Presents United States Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt's address to the April 23, 1999, conference of the Bond Market Association held in San Francisco, California. Information technology's enhancement of the bond market.
- A Few Good HY Plays Left in Tech Sector. // High Yield Report;3/19/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p1
Focuses on areas in which the technology sector and the high yield market overlap in the U.S. Emergence of opportunities for bond and loan buyers; Increase in fixed-income securities; Operation procedures of several companies.
- Bam! Ka-Pow! Boof! It's a Batman market. Auer, Robert // Indianapolis Business Journal;05/29/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p54
Deals with the near collapse of the NASDAQ stock index in the United States. Concerns raised about the stock index's attempt to regroup from the speculative excesses of the technology fever; Need for portfolio managers to raise enough cash to that they are amply liquid to invest in sectors that...
- BOND OMS PLANS ABOUND DESPITE LITTLE DEMAND. Kite, Shane // Securities Industry News;9/17/2001-9/24/2001, Vol. 13 Issue 37/38, p13
Reports various bond-trading market plans by order management system (OMS) vendors in the United States. Fixed-income enhancements of existing OMS vendors platforms; Incorporation of bond inventory feeds and real-time compliance; Plan of Global Trade Technologies to offer an internet version of...