Credit market update: January 2021 sees robust activity

Brexit had less impact on volatility, but non-sterling investors moving into the UK markets with a pick up in supply across dollar and sterling markets has led to increased volume. Execution in dollar has polarised across big tickets via dealers and smaller tickets on electronic platforms, particularly via all-to-all. Sterling has been more voice based, with EM and high yield following suit.

So many new entrants into the bond markets are driving up liquidity but many disruptors are now the incumbents, says Lee Sanders, head of FX and FI trading for AXA Investment Managers, creating interest in new ways of working.

Published on February 19, 2021

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