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A partial nationalisation of Japan’s ailing banks may be the only way to resolve the country’s economic woes, with recent efforts by individual institutions to restructure their balance sheets unlikely to lead to an autonomous recovery in the banking...
Japanese credit default swap spreads were generally wider this week following weakness in stock prices, but dealers said participants with short positions have helped support the derivatives market and dampened the widening trend.
Credit default swap spreads in Japan were tighter across the board this week, with some protection sellers posting aggressive offers on the market, dealers said today.
Japan’s synthetic collateralised debt obligation (CDO) market is likely to continue to boom in 2003, according to a report published this week by credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service.
The impact of a rigorous new Japanese bank inspection system is causing alarm at the country's banks, with many scrambling to shore-up fragile financial reserves ahead of its implementation in the next couple of months.
Credit default swaps on Japanese names were unchanged on Monday, as market participants came back for a half day after the long New Year holiday.
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