The International Capital Market Association (ICMA) has issued proposals for consultation to launch two new pilot services that will see post-trade information and data on large liquid bond dealings published online. The new services would see all trades in large, liquid bonds published at the end of the business day. This would be made available to vendors and market participants. The two pilot services are expected to launch later in the year, with an independent review expected in 2008.
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ICMA Issues Proposals to Publish Post-Trade Data Online
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