CDS: Spreads widen despite better-than-expected US jobs data

Banco Santander 71.175Bank of America 138.92Barclays Bank 87.125BNP Paribas 51.27Citi 249.915Commerzbank 97.26Credit Agricole 82.06Credit Suisse 69.54Deutsche Bank 103.965Goldman Sachs 95.79HSBC 61.22ICICI Bank 228.8ING 62.585JP Morgan 62.535KBC Group 216.65Mizuho Corporate Bank 60.8Morgan Stanley 140.14National Australia Bank 84.69Nordea Bank 80.4Royal Bank of Scotland 134.475Societe Generale 83.175Standard Chartered Bank 90.075Svenska Handelsbanken 75.025UBS 113

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As uncertainty surrounding Brexit continues and the impacts of Covid-19-driven market volatility are analysed, it is essential for banks and their end-users to understand their clearing options, and how they can achieve greater capital and cross…

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