Can Fixed Income ETF liquidity hold up against underlying liquidity changes? Panel respondents say yes

The Fixed Income ETF marketplace is undergoing scrutiny as liquidity gravitates to these products and away from the underlying. The fact is, ETFs are easier to trade than individual fixed income securities, and can offer tighter spreads than the underlyings as well. The key question arises though, are these ETFs potentially dangerous to financial market stability? We covered a recent London conference on the topic.
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