Mispricing of European public-sector bonds stems from the opaque nature of the over-the-counter market, rather than collusion, researchers and sell-side consultants say. Regulators had hoped bond trading would become more transparent and would move to exchanges after the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive took effect.
Experts: Bond-market mispricing not caused by collusion
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