Sovereign debt and CDSs: a collection of articles from

economic crisis

Credit default swap spreads are perhaps the most accurate reflection of market sentiment on individual nation's debt position, but CDSs have become controversial as a result. How investors, rating agencies, regulators and other important players in this drama react in the coming months will shape how the crisis is resolved.

This is a collection of articles from across the range of titles on on sovereign debt and the CDS controversy.

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