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SUMMER 2022 Issue

Fixed Income Insights

Bond Market Intelligence. DC Perspectives.
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Municipal Markets

Municipal Market Commentary

A crush of issuance into quarter-end did not materially impact the yield curve. Across nearly 20 negotiated issues that included a variety of sectors were several that had large enough order books to bump final yields.
By Kim Olsan, FHN Financial

Mid-Year Muni Market Perspective

As a provider of software and data to the municipal market, we have a unique perspective on this market as we see and hear what our diverse groups of clients are saying thereby allowing us to consider multiple voices as we assess the current environment and look ahead as to how Lumesis can continue to provide beneficial tools to our market.
BY Lumesis

Muni Market Special Report: The Texas Muni Market, Guns, and Fossil Fuels

Passed by the Texas Legislature in 2021, Senate Bill 19 exemplifies an increasingly popular trend for lawmakers: leveraging the contracting power of state and local government in support of preferred policy objectives.

From the Buy-Side: Municipal Value in 2022 by Dan Scholl, head of municipal fixed income, Wilmington Trust

As we headed into 2022, the municipal market was far behind the taxable market in terms of preparing for the Federal Reserve (the “Fed”) rate-hiking cycle and persistent inflation fears.
By Dan Scholl, Wilmington Trust

BondWave QMarksTM Quarterly Dashboards Q2 2022

Developed to help market participants better understand trading trends in the bond markets, BondWave’s Data Lab has released its QMarksTM dashboards for the second quarter of 2022.
By bondwave

Technology and Market Structure

Leaning into Disruption – a BDA podcast with Liz Kirby, head of market structure at Tradeweb

Featuring Michael Decker of BDA talking with Elisabeth Kirby, head of market structure at Tradeweb about regulation, T+1, retail versus institutional e-trading adoption and the impacts on US bond market structure
By Mike nicholas, bda

Automation is Coming to the Municipal Bond Market. A special report by Coalition Greenwich

Municipal bond markets are ripe for increased automation. The buy side wants better access to liquidity and more transparency, and the dealer community increasingly sees the value of providing electronic liquidity
By coalition greenwich

Technology Special Report: The MSRB and Muni Market Transparency

Q&A between BDA and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
By Mike nicholas, bda