According To Science, Bond Traders Are Finance's Most Miserable And Wretched Creatures
New study reveals that most people slinging bonds these days regret the life choices that led them down this sorry path.
Nomura Bond Traders' Real Crime Was Corrupting America's Youth
Won't somebody please think of the children?
Jesse Litvak Will Serve His House Arrest In Federal Prison
The slipperiest naughty bond trader around is going away for a bit.
Tomorrow Will Be Either A Calm Day On The Bond Markets, Or Not (But Probably Will)
"Actually..." - Every bond trader you know
Bond Traders Have No Idea What The Fed Is Talking About
Are they taking crazy pills or is Janet Yellen?
Bonus Watch '15: Bond Traders Are Basically Second Class Citizens At This Point
In pay, promotions, and r-e-s-p-e-c-t.
Layoffs Watch '12: Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley's roadmap to the future involves fewer humans, more machines. In a move to repair its flagging bond-trading business, Morgan Stanley is scrambling to replace some of its well-paid bond traders with computers. The New York company is hiring programmers and technology specialists to help it trade bonds electronically and handle client orders in the hope of exploiting an expected shift in the way bonds and other fixed income products are traded. While the effort represents only a part of what the firm is doing to boost low returns in the business, the shift already has reduced the ranks of interest-rate and foreign-exchange traders on some desks by 10% to 20%. Morgan Stanley's head of interest-rate trading, Glenn Hadden, has told colleagues in recent months and that the trading floor of the future will surround a few traders with the hum of powerful machines. Man vs. Machine At Morgan Stanley (WSJ)