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The credit derivatives market is set to hit $10 trillion in notional value within five years, with the number of actively traded credit default swaps set to double by 2007 to 600, according to Rajeev Misra, Deutsche Bank’s global head of integrated credit trading.

Speaking at Risk’s Credit Risk Summit Europe 2003 in London last month, Misra said Deutsche had commissioned consultants McKinsey to analyse the potential growth of the market. McKinsey predicts strong demand

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