Eurozone debt fears waning, agencies say

The sovereign bond and credit default swap (CDS) markets show returning confidence in eurozone sovereign debt, according to credit rating agencies.

In March this year, as fear about eurozone debt levels spread outwards from Greece, sovereign CDSs were among the most actively traded, but liquidity has since tapered off according to Fitch Solutions, which argues the shift is a good sign for sovereigns. "Decreased CDS liquidity for sovereigns signals growing CDS market confidence after a period of

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