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TRACE Fact Book

Categories
Fixed Income Data
Description:

Released quarterly and free of charge, the TRACE Fact Book gives individual investors, market professionals, media and educational institutions a historical perspective of the OTC U.S. corporate bond market. The Fact Book provides insight into data and trends based on aggregated data as reported through TRACE.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

TRACE Independent Academic Studies

Categories
Fixed Income Data
Description:

Scholars have published several papers that evaluate TRACE's impact on liquidity, valuation and other aspects of the U.S. Corporate Bond market. Abstracts and links to the studies are listed below.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

TRACE Report Cards

Categories
Firm Data
Description:

Created for firms, these monthly reports cover trades of Treasuries, Securitized Products, Agency Bonds, and Corporate Debt that a member firm reported to the Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine (TRACE).  Firms are required to report trades in accordance with established FINRA rules and regulations.

Access Type
Firm
Fee Structure
No Fee

TRACE Security Activity Report (TSAR)

Categories
Fixed Income Data
Description:

The TRACE Security Activity Report is a monthly report, provided on a 90-day delayed basis that provides aggregated statistics by security for corporate and agency bonds. The Report can be used to monitor trading activity for individual CUSIPs.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
Subscription

TRACE Treasury Aggregates

Categories
Fixed Income Data
Description:

The TRACE Treasury Aggregate Statistics illustrate trading volume in US Treasury Securities reported to TRACE for the prior week. Treasury bond data is aggregated by security subtype: Bills, Floating Rate Notes (FRN), Nominal Coupons and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS).

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

TRACE Volume Reports

Categories
Fixed Income Data
Description:

The TRACE monthly volume reports illustrate total and average daily trading volumes in Corporate, Agency and Securitized Products reported to TRACE for the prior month. The data is grouped into Total, ATS (Alternate Trading System), Interdealer, and Dealer-to-Dealer categories. The monthly data is published on the third business day following the end of the month.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

Trading Halts

Categories
Equity Data
Description:

OTC equity trading halts by halt code, including SEC Trading Suspension,  Resumption, Foreign Market/Regulatory Halt, Component/Derivative of Exchange Listed Issue and Extraordinary Events.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

Uniform Practice Code Advisories

Categories
Corporate Financing Data
Equity Data
Fixed Income Data
Description:

Uniform Practice Code Advisories are notices that pertain to unusual circumstances such as extremely large dividends, when-issued settlement dates, ex-interest dates for bonds, worthless securities, cancelled IPOs, etc. Their intent is to announce rulings, interpretations, exemptions and advisories on these subjects; to facilitate the transaction of a member's day-to-day business; and to eliminate business disputes and misunderstandings that may arise from uncertainty and lack of uniformity in such matters, The subjects addressed in the Uniform Practice Code Advisories are subject to the provisions of the FINRA Uniform Practice Code (Rule 11000 Series), which is administered by FINRA Operations.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee

Uniform Practice Code Advisories

Categories
Corporate Financing Data
Equity Data
Fixed Income Data
Description:

Uniform Practice Code Advisories are notices that pertain to unusual circumstances such as extremely large dividends, when-issued settlement dates, ex-interest dates for bonds, worthless securities, cancelled IPOs, etc. Their intent is to announce rulings, interpretations, exemptions and advisories on these subjects; to facilitate the transaction of a member's day-to-day business; and to eliminate business disputes and misunderstandings that may arise from uncertainty and lack of uniformity in such matters, The subjects addressed in the Uniform Practice Code Advisories are subject to the provisions of the FINRA Uniform Practice Code (Rule 11000 Series), which is administered by FINRA Operations.

Access Type
Public
Fee Structure
No Fee