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Tradeweb Markets Could Pullback Before Longer-Term Gains

·2 min read
Tradeweb Markets Could Pullback Before Longer-Term Gains

For his second "Executive Decision" segment of Monday night's Mad Money program, Jim Cramer spoke with Lee Olesky, co-founder and CEO of Tradeweb Markets , the digital bond trading platform. Olesky explained that Tradeweb was the first company to allow institutions to trade U.S. Treasuries over the Internet. In today's market, Olesky said that collaborative innovation is key, which is why the company works closely with customers to build new software that allows them to trade more easily.