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Credit spreads, as measured by credit default swaps (CDS) rates, are falling, indicating increasing risk appetite among global investors. Bank CDS, which is widely traded in the Asian CDS market, has seen its five-year spreads fall by 250 basis
Figures released by credit default swaps (CDS) and bond-pricing firm CMA Datavision show that spreads on five-year CDS for Lebanon ended the third quarter of 2012 at 449. The spreads tightened by 29 basis points from 478 bps at the end of the second
The CMA Datavision raised the insurance rates on Lebanese sovereign bonds and certificates of deposit by 7 percent due to the political deadlock in the country and mounting tension in the region. Figures released by CDS and bond pricing firm CMA
If you live long enough you come to realize the wisdom in the statement that history doesn't repeat but is certainly does rhyme. The price action this spring is so reminiscent in feel to 2008 that waking up every morning feels like Groundhog Day.
Bank Audi issued its second quarter report on the Lebanese economy this week. The repot noticed that the economic conditions in Lebanon in the first half of 2010 extended the buoyant performance of the past couple of years.
Lebanon's CDS spreads widened in 2011, particularly during the first and second quarter, due to the deterioration of political conditions in the country as well as turmoil across the Middle East and North Africa. Figures released by credit default
Bank CDS spreads to find out where the stock market barometer is headed. Credit default swap (CDS) market is generally a lead indicator for the direction of equity markets. The reason that equities and other risk assets including currencies follow
Figures released by Certificate of Deposits CDS and bond pricing firm CMA Datavision show that spreads on 5-year credit default swaps for Lebanon ended the second quarter of 2011 at 351 basis points, widening by 3.3bps from 347.7bps at the end of the
Figures released by CDS and bond pricing firm CMA Datavision show that spreads on five-year credit default swaps for Lebanon ended the first quarter at 347.7 basis points, widening by 49.6 bps from 298.1 bps at the end of 2010 and by 60bps from 287.
As investigators comb through the wreckage of the financial meltdown, one fact remains clear and startling: Credit default swaps and collateralized debt obligations, as well as debt and equity from large financial firms were useless as indicators of