Thomson Reuters begins distributing Chinese CRMI data


Thomson Reuters last week began distributing data on Chinese sovereign credit derivatives via its desktop data displays, making it the first vendor to carry the information, which it will display alongside new credit default swap (CDS)
pricing and risk analytics for Chinese corporate issuers.

The vendor is sourcing the data for Chinese sovereign credit derivatives – known as credit risk mitigation instruments (CRMI) but which are similar to CDSs – directly from a range of banks authorised to deal

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