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
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
EC bank resolution proposals could result in a bifurcation of the CDS market
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
Debt protection costs tumble across the eurozone, but analysts continue to warn of sovereign default risk
China gets credit
New numbers sourced from DTCC scrubbed to reflect real levels of risk-taking in the market
The cost of insuring against Irish and Belgian state defaults reaches unprecedented levels
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
Market jitters and lower bid/offer spreads promote growth in credit swaptions
Preparing for domestic CDS
Risk perception of German debt continued a week-long rise, on fears of the country's exposure to fellow eurozone members with weaker finances.
Sovereign and corporate CDS tighten as Irish government prepares to announce austerity measures.
Tightening of peripheral CDS continues for third day after Trichet announcement
Peripheral CDS tighten as Trichet raises hopes of more bond purchases
Portugal might be next peripheral to seek help, economist warns, as its CDS hits record high.
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