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Charles River Expands Collaboration with MarketAxess

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Charles River Development, a State Street Company, has expanded its collaboration with MarketAxess, a provider of e-trading for global fixed income. Under the expansion, Charles River clients will be offered access to MarketAxess’s Auto-X trading functionality for investment-grade credit, high-yield, emerging market debt and Eurobonds. This will allow traders and portfolio managers to source liquidity directly from the Charles River OEMS for fixed income securities in more than 25 currencies across Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. It will also support auto-execute orders, deliver trade allocations to dealer counterparties and receive allocation acknowledgements in an STP workflow.

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