Thomson ReutersDecember 10, 2013 15:35
By John McCrank
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nasdaq OMX Group <NDAQ.O> plans to create a so-called dark pool for electronic U.S. Treasuries trading where buying and selling interest is not revealed, even on a post-trade basis, the company's chief executive officer said on Tuesday.
Nasdaq, which runs the No. 2 U.S. equities exchange, closed its $750 million acquisition of eSpeed, an electronic Treasuries-trading platform formerly run by BGC Partners Inc <BGCP.O>, in July.