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Definition: Active Bond Crowd
A slang used to describe bond traders of the NYSE(New York stock exchange) and their specific bond trading departments who frequently deals with active bonds in high volume. This category is a subset of bond crowd.
Active bonds are the most frequently traded bonds of the market. While bond crowd are the member of exchange that deals only in bonds. Traditionally, these people stood in a separate area called " bond crowd" to sell and buy bonds in NYSE separating them from bond traders.
Members of active bond crowd trade disproportionately high volume of bonds compared to other traders in the market. As active bonds create liquidity, they can affect the prices of bonds in the market.
Cabinet crowd on the other hand trade in bonds that are infrequent in trade.