When expensive new technologies emerge, it’s usually the biggest, wealthiest companies that stand to benefit the most.
The same goes for automated fixed-income trading, a practice that so far lags behind its stock and foreign exchange cousins. But as technology and access to data continue to improve across the asset class, some buy-side traders believe that the costs involved in building the newest systems will invariably lead to performance divergence between “have” and “have” algorithms
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