Fixed-income instruments are in focus for a new data service that tracks, and enables the analysis of, market liquidity. Named LiquidityDrive, it builds on data from all trades settled within Euroclear.

The new service, presented in a press release, combines executed trade settlement data with custody activity data, and will see trades whether they took place via an electronic platform or by voice. According to Euroclear, the service covers nearly half a million global corporate and government bonds.