CDSs on US banks tighten on JP Morgan profit

Five-year credit default swap (CDS) spreads referencing Citi - which, along with Bank of America, has received $45 billion of US government capital since October 2008 - tightened from 556.9 basis points on Wednesday night to 530.5bp at close of trading yesterday, according to data provided by credit information specialist CMA Datavision. CDSs on Bank of America moved in from 265.2bp to 236.6bp.

San Francisco-based bank Wells Fargo saw its spreads tighten from 235.7bp to 218.3bp. CDSs on Morgan

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