Week InReview: May 5, 2017

"Rules taking effect next year risk sapping liquidity from corporate bonds because they'll require traders to publish prices minutes after most transactions, according to market participants scheduled to speak at the International Capital Market Association's conference in Luxembourg this week. It will be even worse for a small part of the market that has to publish prices before trades take place."

From an article about how post-trade transparency requirements may reduce bond market liquidity

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