Denmark to start electronic trading in gov't bonds

Denmark will begin trading government bonds electronically from 4 November. The Danish central bank said in a statement "Introducing electronic trading is a step forward in developing the Danish market and bringing its facilities in line with standards in other countries with developed financial markets".

Source: AFX Europe

MTS, the predominant platform for trading in European bonds, has been chosen as electronic trading platform, it said.

Wholesale trade in Danish government bonds will take place

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