HVB quotes CDS prices on Dax 30 names

CDS market

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HVB is bringing a more local flavour to the world of credit derivatives and improving the market’s liquidity by quoting five-year credit default swap prices for those companies belonging to the German stock exchange, Dax 30.

Credit derivatives have seen the fastest growth rate over the past five years in the capital markets with single-name credit default swaps (CDS) increasing in frequency year-on-year. The prominent reason for using CDS has remained hedging credit risk but in the last two year

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