The cost of insuring against Irish and Belgian state defaults reaches unprecedented levels
Spreads on the credit index for senior European financials widen as EU releases burden-sharing consultation paper
Swiss National Bank excludes Irish sovereign debt and that of some Irish banks from list of collateral eligible for open market operations
The cost of insuring against a default by the Bank of Ireland rose today, as the Swiss central bank stopped accepting the bonds of Irish banks as collateral
Threat to A1 credit rating of the Portuguese government raises cost of credit default swaps.
The cost of insuring against a default of Ireland's major banks went up today, despite yesterday's aid package agreed by parliament.
Debt protection costs fall in peripheral Eurozone nations, but continue to rise in Germany.
Risk perception of German debt continued a week-long rise, on fears of the country's exposure to fellow eurozone members with weaker finances.
The cost of insuring against an Irish government default rose today as Fitch lowered its Ireland rating to BBB+
Debt protection costs on peripheral eurozone nations dropped slightly today after the Irish government voted on austerity measures.
Contagion spreads: The Ireland effect
CDSs on Ireland, Portugal, Italy, Hungary and Spain increased over the weekend, while the cost of protection against Greek default fell.
The cost of insuring against a default of peripheral European states continued to fall today, after peaking at record highs on Tuesday.
Peripheral CDS tighten as Trichet raises hopes of more bond purchases
Crisis? Oh, that crisis...
Portugal might be next peripheral to seek help, economist warns, as its CDS hits record high.
Credit default swaps on Irish debt continued to rise after the approval of €85 billion in EU aid.
Cost of debt protection rockets for Irish banks on fears of haircuts
CDS spreads on Ireland's sovereign and bank debt remain at elevated levels
CDS spreads on peripheral eurozone debt widen despite €90 billion in aid
Fitch Ratings stress test concludes that eight european insurers would require "further analysis" after sovereign risk fallout
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