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Cost of insuring UK government debt against default jumps

FX Empire 23 Sep 2022
S&P global market intelligence data showed 5-year credit default swaps (CDS) – derivative instruments that debt investors typically use to hedge risk or bet against something – jumped 3.5 basis points to 34.5 points.
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British borrowing costs surge, sterling plunges after new economic plan

Reuters 23 Sep 2022
S&P Global Market Intelligence data showed 5-year credit default swaps (CDS) - derivative instruments that debt investors typically use to hedge risk or bet against something - jumped 3.5 basis points to 34.5 points, an unusually large move for a G7 economy.
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Andres Auraz: Biden’s Peace for Afghanistan Is a Humanitarian Disaster

Scheerpost 23 Sep 2022
Credits ... So, they were rewarded for their bad practice in 1989 under Clinton in the 1990s with new legislation that allowed the whole collateralized debt obligations and credit default swaps and all the garbage banking that destroyed the lives of many Americans, certainly economically.
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Ghana faces possible debt default – Senior Director at Fitch

Joy Online 22 Sep 2022
According to him, “default is a real possibility” ... Also, the cost of insuring Ghana’s debt against non-payment using credit-default swaps has soared to almost 5,000 basis points, from less than 1,000 in January 2022.
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US Fed rate hike: Market red flags that may prompt US central bank to tone down | Mint

Live Mint 21 Sep 2022
The spread on the Markit CDX North America Investment Grade Index, a benchmark of credit-default swaps on a basket of investment grade bonds, has doubled this year to around 98 basis points, inching closer to its 2022 high of 102 basis points set in June.
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Saudi Extends $3bn Deposit to Help Pakistan Dwindling Economy

Khaama Press 21 Sep 2022
... and is at risk of default ... “The sentiments of the market will continue to improve with more rollovers, which would be reflected in the credit default swap and bond yields of the country in the coming days,” he added, referring to expected rollovers of loans from China and the UAE.
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Pakistan investor confidence likely to rise as Saudi Arabia extends $3bn deposit

Arab News 20 Sep 2022
... and is at risk of default ... “The sentiments of the market will continue to improve with more rollovers, which would be reflected in the credit default swap and bond yields of the country in the coming days,” he added, referring to expected rollovers of loans from China and the UAE.
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Modern Treasury and Goldman Sachs Partner to Provide Integrated Software and Payments to Corporate Customers

Maryville Daily Forum 15 Sep 2022
... co-invests may at any time purchase, sell, hold or vote long or short positions and investments in securities, derivatives, loans, commodities, currencies, credit default swaps and other financial instruments for their own account and for the accounts of customers and clients.
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Why rollout of secondary loan market is good news for all | Mint

Live Mint 13 Sep 2022
Pricing information gleaned from the working of the market for loans and the track record of repayment would permit realistic credit default swaps, which insure the credit against default on repayment, to emerge ... Bonds disperse the risk of default across society ... The original lenders get a chance to dilute their exposure and credit risk.
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If we can face it, we can fix it

The Liberty Beacon 12 Sep 2022
Intro by Jon Davy ... The basic fraud is described in this book and this article ... by Serena Wylde ... Terms such as ‘derivatives’ and ‘credit default swaps’ were beyond the average understanding, but what we knew was that the financial institutions with their Ponzi schemes had played the tables with our savings, our pensions, and our future, and lost ... ... ....
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Bearing the scars: One year of Turkey's unorthodox easing cycle

Reuters 09 Sep 2022
President Tayyip Erdogan has urged the unorthodox policy in hopes of providing targeted cheap credit to ... The country's five-year credit default swaps (CDS) more than doubled to 742 basis points (bps) since September 1, 2021, data from S&P Global Market Intelligence shows.
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Bearing the scars: One year of Turkey’s unorthodox easing cycle

FX Empire 09 Sep 2022
President Tayyip Erdogan has urged the unorthodox policy in hopes of providing targeted cheap credit to boost ... The country’s five-year credit default swaps (CDS) more than doubled to 742 basis points (bps) since September 1, 2021, data from S&P Global Market Intelligence shows.
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This FTSE 250 stock works hard to preserve my capital

The Motley Fool 08 Sep 2022
The euphoria of rising prices off the June lows seems to have stalled while talk of recession and general economic malaise has increased. Timing the market does not seem a sensible option for me ... The Ruffer Investment Company (LSE ... Importantly these bond holdings are then hedged via credit default swaps to protect against potential default ... Learn more.
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UK credit default swaps hit fresh 27 month high

FX Empire 07 Sep 2022
Five year credit default swaps climbed to 27 bps after closing at 25 bps on Tuesday, data from S&P Global Market Intelligence showed ... (Reporting by Karin Strohecker; editing by Dhara Ranasinghe). Advertisement ... Sign Up. Sponsored Financial Content. Latest Articles. See All ... Loading ... ....
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Russian bonds are back on the market for a week as sanctions are temporarily lifted ...

Business Insider 13 Sep 2022
Goldman Sachs placed over $1.3 billion worth of bids on behalf of swap investors, per the report. Investors placed bids for over $1 billion in Russian bonds at a Monday credit-default swap auction, according to the Wall Street Journal, as the US Treasury allows trading for one week to allow buyers to settle swap contracts.

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