The cost of insuring against a German government default on its debt has reached a new high for the year, with credit default swaps (CDS) rising from 56 basis points at end of trading on Friday, December 17 to 57bp at 1.00pm London time today.
Greece saw its CDSs fall from 989bp to 952bp, but otherwise CDSs on peripheral eurozone debt rose over the weekend. Five-year CDSs on Portugal increased from 469bp on Friday to 479bp today. The cost of insuring against an Irish default rose marginally from
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