Business continuity depends on effective and robust communications, as many companies only discovered in the wake of March’s disastrous earthquake in Japan
The cost of credit protection on Japanese corporate debt tightened across the board this week, with spreads in the electronics sector particularly narrower, although volumes were thin.
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Credit default swap spreads on Japanese computer maker Fujitsu’s five-year debt protection widened 30 basis points this week, following media speculation that the company might become a “rehabilitation candidate” for the government’s Industrial...
Most of the trading in Japan’s credit default swaps market centred around names with outstanding convertible bonds in quiet trading this week.
Credit protection on Japanese names continued a tightening trend this week, on the back of positive sentiment globally with the war in Iraq nearing a close and the absence of negative news in the domestic market.
Japanese bank credit protection spreads widened this week as a capital-raising exercise by Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp (SMBC) sparked renewed fears that banks were trying to shore-up capital reserves ahead of their year-end results.
Spreads on Japanese bank credit default swaps widened an average 10 basis points this week, sparked by renewed investor concerns about unrealised losses linked to their large equity portfolios.
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