Members of the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) economics department have claimed there is no evidence that bond liquidity has deteriorated over the last eight years and has in fact improved, contrary to the concerns of many market participants.
Following a systematic assessment of liquidity in UK corporate bond markets with transaction-level data, an occasional paper written by two members of the chief economist's department, Matteo Aquilina...
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