1 Liquidity & Price Discovery in the European Corporate Bond Market Bruno Biais & Fany Declerck Toulouse University Presentation prepared for the Bank of Slovenia Conference on Financial Restructuring in Small Sophisticated Economies Ljubliana, October 26, 2006
2 Stocks & Bonds Stock & bond markets have different microstructures. Why? What s different about bonds? Abundant empirical literature on stock market microstructure: liquidity, inventory, adverse selection, competition, Relatively little on corporate bonds. Yet corporate bond market quite large: 50% of GDP in Europe or the US. Useful to better understand microstructure of corporate bond markets: low transactions costs => good investment opportunities for households & low cost of funds for firms.
3 Corporate bond market quite large Capitalization of bond & stock markets relative to GDP US & Eurozone 2002 (Source ECB & FED) 1,4 1,2 1 0,8 0,6 0,4 0,2 0 Govt bonds/gdp Agency bonds/gdp Corp bond/gdp Stock market/gdp Eurozone US Corp bonds = issues by financial & non financial firms
4 Goal Understand workings of secondary market for corporate bonds in Europe. How does it work? How are prices discovered & trades arranged? How liquid & competitive is the market? What are the determinants of spreads? Risk, inventory, adverse selection, competition? How informative are the prices?
5 Market structure OTC dealer market Institution wants to trade a bond: Contact dealers (from 1 to 6) Tell them what (kind of) bond, size & direction RFQ (request for quotes), get quotes, pick the best Alternatively calls broker, who finds a match. Telephone negotiations, complemented by Bloomberg. Electronic platforms (promising but small market share) Market Axess: replicates telephone system Organizes sequence of mini auctions for customers Reduces search cost/enhances competition
6 US experiment 2002: TRACE imposed post trade transparency. Initially for active bonds, then extended to others. Reporting time: 15 mn. (Exception: high-yield bonds with less than 1 trade per day: 2 to 4-hour delay.) Edwards, Harris & Piwowar (2006): large spreads, spreads drop by 5 to 10 cents. Goldstein, Hotchkiss & Sirri (2006): very clean experiment, confirms Edwards et al. 2 samples of BBB bonds: treatment sample post-trade transparent, control sample not. Spreads tighter in transparent sample. Number of trades not larger. Spreads increase with maturity & default risk (consistent with theory) and bond complexity. Decrease with trade size (unlike for stocks.)
7 Why study European market? Are US stylized facts also descriptive of European market? Potential for differences: 2 currency zones ( & ); Eurozone integration: buy side from many countries access unified market; competition between sell side from different countries. Currently no post-trade transparency in Europe. Policy issues: MIFID regulates transparency for stocks. What should be done for bonds?
8 Data International Index Company (IIC): > 600 bonds, > 500 bonds. 2003, 2004, AAA, AA, A and BBB bonds. Plain vanilla. Closing bid & ask quotes (average of 10 large dealers quotes). TRAX: (subset of IIC sample): > 300 bonds, > 300 bonds Discard bonds for which missing data on >15% days (mostly 2003). All trades: price, direction quantity, time. After eliminating outliers: 1,952,244 observations. Includes vast majority of professional market. Only small fraction of retail trades.
9 Number of bonds per year & currency # of bonds - Quotes # of bonds - Trades # of bonds - Quotes # of bonds - Trades EURO STERLING We started from IIC/Iboxx index in This ruled out bonds issued maturing in 2003 or Some bonds issued in 2004 or 2005, not present in Hence nb of bonds < in Bonds with trades = subsample of bonds with quotes.
10 Structure of sample by ratings Quotes 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% AAA AA A BBB 15% 10% 5% 0% EUR For all years & currencies, most frequent = A, second most frequent = BBB. Very few AAA. Similar in &, similar across years. GBP
11 bonds have longer maturity than Structure of IIC sample by maturity N N Longer
12 Comparison with US data Data comparable to TRACE data, e.g., maturity; but in TRACE larger number of bonds. Our bonds have issue size > 500 million. TRACE has smaller issues. Goldstein et al focus on large issues. We study AAA, AA, A & BBB. TRACE also includes lower ratings: studied by Edwards et al; Goldstein et al only consider BBB. Our bonds are plain vanilla. Same as Goldstein et al. Edwards et al. also consider complex bonds (callable, sinking, convertible, ) TRAX includes few retail trades (unlike TRACE. In Edwards et al > 60% trades under 100,000.) Edwards et al and Goldstein et al study 2003 data.
13 Trading activity Figure 3, Panel A:Median number of trades per day, Figure 3, Panel B: Median number of trades per day, 10,00 9,00 8,00 7,00 6,00 5,00 4,00 3,00 2,00 1,00 0,00 All bonds AAA AA A BBB ,00 9,00 8,00 7,00 6,00 5,00 4,00 3,00 2,00 1,00 0,00 All bonds AAA AA A BBB Average daily nb of trades/bond: 3 for, 2 for. More trading than TRACE: for plain vanilla BBB, Goldstein et al find 1 trade/day (& we don t have retail!) Average or volume per bond greater for denominated
14 Quoted spreads for denominated bonds 0,45% Average EURO quoted spread by rating ,40% 0,35% 0,30% 0,25% 0,20% 0,15% 0,10% 0,05% 0,00% AAA AA A BBB Bid-ask spreads vary between.15% &.40%. Spreads tighter in 2005 than Spreads tighter for AAA than other ratings.
15 Quoted spreads for denominated bonds Average STERLING quoted spread by rating 0,90% ,80% 0,70% 0,60% 0,50% 0,40% 0,30% 0,20% 0,10% 0,00% AAA AA A BBB Bid-ask spreads vary between.35% &.80%. > than for! Spreads tighter in 2005 than Spreads increase with default risk.
16 Stylized facts on quoted spreads Typical bid ask quote for denominated bond in 2005: to Wider for bonds. In part because of maturity, but not only. Quoted spreads increase with credit risk & maturity (as in TRACE.) Decrease in rating & increase in maturity increase in risk increase cost of market making: inventory bearing & adverse selection costs. Similar economic effects as for stocks.
17 Tighter effective spreads Average effective spread for denominated bonds: 10 cents for (i.e., half spread =.05%) Larger effective spreads for : 20 pence. Tighter than quoted spreads (which reflect averages quotes, while effective spreads reflect inside quotes). Effective spreads tend to increase with credit risk & maturity & decrease with trade size (// TRACE).
18 Effective spreads greater for, for all ratings Figure 6, Panel A: Effective half spread, Euro Figure 6, panel B: Effective half spread, Sterling 0,3000% 0,3000% 0,2500% 0,2500% 0,2000% 0,2000% 0,1500% 0,1500% 0,1000% 0,1000% 0,0500% 0,0500% 0,0000% All bonds AAA AA A BBB 0,0000% All bonds AAA AA A BBB
19 Comparison with the US For $ 250,000 to $1,000,000 trade size, Goldstein et al (2005) find half-spread.33% prior to TRACE &.18%. For size above one million, half-spread is.22% before TRACE &.135% after. In our sample of bonds, same period (2003), effective half spread for size between 500,000 and 1,000,000 is:.053%. Above one million euros, effective half spread is.049%. For BBB bonds, in 2003, average half spread is.095% averaging across sizes, tighter for large size. Controlling for period and ratings, effective spreads lower for bonds than post-trade transparent $ bonds.
21 0,35 0,3 0,25 0,2 0,15 0,1 0,05 0 Effective spread by trade size (2005 data) In cents for bond price normalized to 100 ]25,000-50,000] ]50, ,000] ]100, ,000] ]200, ,000] ]500,000-1,000,000] ]1,000,000 - ] Trade size ]10,000-25,000] [0-10,000]
22 Why is market less liquid? Eurozone rather active: Foreigners invest in zone: greater variety of bonds. Eurozone traders invest across countries. bonds attract more limited number of investors, often buy & hold: UK investors in market = insurance or pension funds (cannot invest in foreign currency) or UCITS with buy & hold orientation. Limited trading activity/demand for liquidity. Limited supply of liquidity (few market makers).
23 Competition to supply liquidity Evidence on spreads and discussion with market participants suggest competition to supply liquidity stronger in than in and in $. In the US, 6 banks make most of the market. In zone: 20 large banks from different countries compete. To provide evidence on this, we compute: Number of dealers with at least 1 trade Market share (in volume) of most active dealer Market share (in volume) of 3 most active dealers Statistics computed for each bond. We report the average across bonds.
24 Number of active dealers greater for denominated bonds (25 on average) than for (17 on average) Figure 8: Number of market makers with at least one trade All AAA AA A BBB All AAA AA A BBB EURO STERLING
25 Market share of most active dealer lower for bonds (17% on average) than for (265% on average) Figure 9: Market share (%) of the most active dealer All AAA AA A BBB All AAA AA A BBB EURO STERLING
26 Market share of 3 most active dealers lower for bonds (40% on average) than for (53% on average) Figure 10: Market share (%) of 3 most active dealers All AAA AA A BBB All AAA AA A BBB EURO STERLING
27 Information content of trades Is there adverse selection on common values in bond markets? Unlikely if no default risk, but, with default risk, trades could signal information (DeMarzo & Duffie, Ecoa 1999, Biais & Mariotti, Restud 2005.) Empirical approach: Estimate how much midquote increases after customer purchase. By how much it decreases after customer sale. Average information content: 1 cent for, 2.2 pence for. Significantly different from 0. But small relative to magnitude of spreads.
28 Determinants of the information content of trades In line with theory, greater info content for lower ratings: 1.65 cent for, 3 pence for. Info content greater for : less activity => less research & analysts following, less widely disseminated information, more information asymmetry.
29 Information content & transparency Information content of trades larger and more significant if measured with next day midquote than this day s midquote. It takes more than one day for market prices to reflect information content of trade. Likely to stem from limited post trade transparency. M t-1 Q t M t M t+1
30 Differentiating information content from inventory risk Theoretically, short term increase (resp. decrease) in quote after purchase (resp. sale) can stem from inventory effects. But inventory effect should have little impact on average midquote. And inventory effect should decay with time: opposite to what we find.
33 Conclusion Determinants of spreads: Inventory risk (default rate, maturity), adverse selection risk (to a small extent) & competition (to a large extent.) More activity & tighter spreads in than : larger market, greater liquidity supply. Positive consequence of monetary unification. Liquidity of Euro market > US market (even after TRACE dissemination): competition in liquidity supply. Information content of trades impounded in prices after delay: likely stems from opacity. Implications: good to should join the. Integration => competition => liquidity.
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