Bahraini authorities crack down on protesters as spreads rise across the Middle East and North Africa.
Risk perceptions rise across Middle East as popular protests continue
Spreads widen in Egypt and Bahrain as popular protests continue across the region
Middle East tensions continue while risk perceptions in the eurozone increase slightly
Risk perceptions on eurozone sovereigns have eased since the turn of the year, but Middle East volatility continues
Political tension eases in Egypt, but eurozone spreads widen
Eurozone risk perceptions fall while Egypt remains on a knife edge
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Meanwhile, Egyptian spreads narrow despite ongoing political turmoil
Meanwhile Egypt’s credit rating downgraded by Moody’s to Ba2.
Fitch downgrades Egyptian credit rating as protests spread across the country
Report says EMU credit default swap volatility due to lack of certainty over future debt market conditions
Risk perceptions on Egypt and Tunisia increase again, while eurozone experiences mixed day
Credit default swaps (CDS) on Spain widened today, after yesterday's announcement of plans to bolster the country's banking system.
Debt protection costs continued to decline across most of Europe, but Ireland and Portugal are moving in the opposite direction
CDS spreads on eurozone peripheral sovereigns continued their downward trend today
Debt protection costs on eurozone peripherals declined again, while fears of Egyptian unrest remain
A new report from Fitch Ratings suggests Europe's public finances are on the mend, reducing pressure to borrow in 2011
The cost of swaps protecting against a state default of eurozone peripheral states continued to decline today.
Debt protection costs on eurozone sovereigns fall while Irish financials enjoy mixed day
Credit default swaps on the troubled Irish bank widen by four percentage points
Mixed fortunes in CDS market as Spain and Italy see successful bond auctions
In the wake of Portugal’s successful bond auction of almost €1.25 billion yesterday, credit default swaps (CDSs) on eurozone sovereigns continue to trade down
Portugal sells $1.6 billion worth of government debt at auction, but commentators remain wary of fundamentals