In the Margins

NY Fed: There's ample liquidity in corporate bonds

October 5, 2015

By Reuters

The New York Federal Reserve said in a blog post that there are a couple of measures that suggest there is ample liquidity in the U.S. corporate bond market. New York Fed economists cited narrow bid-ask spreads and a low price impact from trades worth $100 million. This comes amid worries it has become harder to buy and sell corporate debt as a result of tougher regulations. Read the original story from Reuters

 

 

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