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Dark pool trading in bond markets I FT Trading Room

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Trading in so-called ‘dark pools’ is a controversial feature of equities markets. Seth Merrin of Liquidnet tells Philip Stafford, editor of FT Trading Room, why the concept is now coming to corporate bonds.

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