New report calls for debt offices to weigh the pros and cons of two-way collateral and clearing
Risk perceptions in the eurozone fell today as France and Germany agreed new treaty plans that will sanction fiscally irresponsible member states
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Dealers say regulators have cooked up a pro-cyclical credit value adjustment capital charge that will force them to buy increasing amounts of protection in an illiquid market, regardless of changes in counterparty credit. The impact will be felt by uncollateralised...
Spreads flat or slightly tighter despite political squabbling over size of EFSF
The decision by Moody’s to downgrade Lloyds and RBS fails to spark surge in CDS spreads, while other European banks finish more or less unchanged on the week despite continuing woes in the eurozone
Yields on Italian and Spanish debt fall as European Central Bank signals it will implement its bond purchase programme
The NTMA follows Portugal's debt office in adopting two-way collateralisation - but unlike Portugal it appears it will have to post cash
European bank sovereign derivatives exposures revealed
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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