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Global Fixed-Income Market

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US Fixed Income Markets vs. Rest of WorldThe U.S. fixed income markets are the largest in the world, comprising 40.0% of the 4 trillion securities outstanding across the globe, or trillion (as of 2Q20). This is 2.0x the next largest market, the EU. U.S. market share has averaged 38.6% over the last 10 years, troughing at 36.3% in 2011 and peaking at 40.9% in 2015. – sifma Share this:Like this:Like Loading...

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US Fixed Income Markets vs. Rest of World
The U.S. fixed income markets are the largest in the world, comprising 40.0% of the $114 trillion securities outstanding across the globe, or $46 trillion (as of 2Q20). This is 2.0x the next largest market, the EU. U.S. market share has averaged 38.6% over the last 10 years, troughing at 36.3% in 2011 and peaking at 40.9% in 2015. – sifma

Global Fixed-Income Market

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