CDS spreads hit lows


Spreads in the credit default swap market have tightened dramatically in the last few months as demand for credit risk continues unabated, causing the DJ CDX benchmark to come in almost 10bp since August.

After a pause in the credit rally amid concerns of slow economic growth, weaker-than-expected earnings results and interest rate risk in the first half of the year, the US default swap market picked up during the summer and, thus far, has shown few signs of slowing down. According to a recent

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