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The European Union and International Monetary Fund agreed a €750 billion emergency loan package in early May, aimed at averting a sovereign default and wider crisis across the eurozone. Nonetheles...
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Tightening continues on eurozone CDS spreads in a sign of improving market confidence
It was a hectic start to the week for CVA traders, as the eurozone bailout shrank the exposures many faced, leaving them over-hedged.
News of a massive EU rescue package has boosted market confidence in European sovereign and bank debt.
Three-year tenor of bailout package doesn't give Greece the long-term stability it needs to address its fiscal problems.
With markets anticipating a Greek debt restructuring, bank traders and risk managers are preparing for a wider crisis that could drag in northern European countries, tip the euro into a tailspin or ...
Legislators at the European Commission will today move a step closer to determining whether non-financial users of over-the-counter derivatives should be forced to clear trades through central count...
Markets soothed as firm details of Greek rescue plan are announced, eurozone will provide €30 billion at discounted 5% rate for year forward, analysts less convinced
Deputy director says IMF research shows central bank reserve managers withdrew $500 billion from deposits at commercial banks during crisis
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