CDS volumes to top $30 trillion this year

According to Deutsche Bank estimates, the credit default swap market will continue to grow this year - albeit at a slower rate - as a wider pool of investors gain approval to enter the market


The annual rate of growth of the global credit default swap market is set to slow to 15% this year to reach a notional outstanding amount of $30 trillion.

That's the estimate of John Tierney, US head of credit derivatives research at Deutsche Bank in New York, speaking at a credit derivatives outlook briefing in New York in December. He reckons the market, currently pegged at $26 trillion, will then climb to $38 trillion in 2008. The CDS market, according to Isda figures, has been growing at an

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