Credit default swap (CDS)
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Abstract This paper studies the predictive power of the time-varying shape of the credit default swap (CDS) term structure to explain changes in future implied and excess implied volatility (implied volatility...
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ABSTRACT Based on an empirical analysis of European corporations, we investigate the impact of sovereign risk on the pricing of corporate credit risk. In our paper, we show that sovereign credit default...
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To meet new Basel III capital requirements, banks have to proxy unobserved credit default swap (CDS) time series for their over-the-counter derivative counterparties to determine the credit valuation adjustment...
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