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Prioritization: A debt limit trick that could entail trouble for U.S.

The Buffalo News 31 Jan 2023
Today's debt limit episode could be especially fraught, much like the 2011 episode that tiptoed the nation so close to the brink of default that America's credit rating was downgraded for the first time ... Credit default swaps, which provide insurance for bondholders in case borrowers fail to pay them back, would not be triggered.
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Percent Wraps 2022 with Significant Growth, Achievements, Product Launches, and Partnerships

The Joplin Globe 31 Jan 2023
... debt.Closed a strategic debt financing with Nomura Strategic Ventures with the intention to explore commercial collaborations in 2023 and beyond.Successfully arranged $265M in esoteric asset-backed deals with institutional structured credit investors for two large issuers.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Billionaire could help your funds take off - Pershing Square Holdings is ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2023
Big investor. Bill Ackman. Giles and Nick English grew up around aircraft. Their father was an ex-RAF pilot and flying is in their blood ... Today the shares are £28.95 ... Share ... In February 2020, for instance, Pershing spent $27 million on credit default swaps – essentially betting that the world was about to become seriously worried about risky investments.
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OLD REPUBLIC REPORTS RESULTS FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL YEAR 2022

Victoria Advocate 26 Jan 2023
For these reasons, the investment portfolio does not contain high risk or illiquid asset classes and has zero or extremely limited exposure to, collateralized debt obligations (CDO's), credit default and interest rate swaps, hybrid securities, asset-backed securities (ABS), ...
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Analysis-U.S. corporate bond rally stumbles on ‘Goldilocks’ skepticism

FX Empire 25 Jan 2023
Spreads on investment grade bonds widened for the first time this year last week, though only marginally, and an index of credit default swaps – a derivative some investors use to either hedge their positions or to short credit – rose last week for investment grade debt.
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Analysis: U.S. corporate bond rally stumbles on 'Goldilocks' skepticism

Reuters 25 Jan 2023
Spreads on investment grade bonds widened for the first time this year last week, though only marginally, and an index of credit default swaps - a derivative some investors use to either hedge their positions or to short credit - rose last week for investment grade debt .
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AllianceBernstein Global High Income Fund, Inc. RELEASES MONTHLY PORTFOLIO UPDATE

Victoria Advocate 24 Jan 2023
8) Ford Motor Credit Co ... Credit Default Swaps ... Credit Default Swaps ... Credit Default Swaps ... Total Return Swaps ... Interest Rate Swaps ... Swap Offsets ... * Investment Operations may include the use of certain portfolio management techniques such as credit default swaps, dollar rolls, negative cash, reverse repurchase agreements and when-issued securities.
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AllianceBernstein National Municipal Income Fund, Inc. RELEASES MONTHLY PORTFOLIO UPDATE

Victoria Advocate 24 Jan 2023
* The total percentage of leverage constitutes 0.00% through the use of tender option bonds, 40.57% in issued and outstanding VMTPs and 0.00% in investment operations, which may include the use of certain portfolio management techniques such as credit default swaps, dollar rolls, ...
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To Save Our Democracy, We Must Transcend Bill Clinton's Legacy

Common Dreams 24 Jan 2023
Clinton was right ... In the 1930s and 40s, Democrats, led by Franklin D ... In 1992, as Clinton put it, workers in the U.S ... During his second term, bills he signed to eliminate the firewall between commercial and investment banking and prevent regulation of credit default swaps would later play a substantial role in causing the economic crisis of 2008 ... .
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5 world market themes for the week ahead

The Times of India 21 Jan 2023
Immediate fallout might be limited, but risks will emerge closer to June, when the government approaches the date beyond which the Treasury will likely have exhausted emergency manoeuvres to stave off default ... credit rating for the first time ... credit default swaps - an instrument used to insure against default - have hit decade highs in recent days.
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Office workers are seen in London's Canary Wharf financial district, Monday, Oct. 6, 2008. London's FTSE 100 closed 7.9 per cent lower
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Take Five: Staring at the ceiling

FX Empire 20 Jan 2023
Immediate fallout might be limited, but risks will emerge closer to June, when the government approaches the date beyond which the Treasury will likely have exhausted emergency manoeuvres to stave off default ... credit rating for the first time ... credit default swaps – an instrument used to insure against default – have hit decade highs in recent days.
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Analysis: Frankfurt 'STIRs' up euro clearing battle with London

Reuters 20 Jan 2023
Clarus Graphic on Swaps Clearing'TAKE YEARS' ... The other two are euro credit default swaps (CDS), also cleared by ICE in London and Chicago, and euro interest rate swaps (IRS), dominated by London Stock Exchange Group's LCH in London.
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Analysis-Frankfurt ‘STIRs’ up euro clearing battle with London

FX Empire 20 Jan 2023
The other two are euro credit default swaps (CDS), also cleared by ICE in London and Chicago, and euro interest rate swaps (IRS), dominated by London Stock Exchange Group’s LCH in London.
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Entering a buyer’s market, but for who?

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 20 Jan 2023
The Daily Journal writes real estate market trend stories because people are interested ... 11, 2001 ... It picked up soon enough through 2006 and into 2007, until it came crashing down in 2008 with the Great Recession, spurred mostly by credit default swap obligations and the housing bubble. Price gains were erased, but credit was hard to come by ... I get it.
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As debt limit threat looms, few ways exist to mitigate disaster

The Buffalo News 18 Jan 2023
credit default swaps, which provide some insurance in return for a small premium, paying out any money they lose if the government does not pay them on time ... And the Fed's staff suggested in 2013 that the central bank could purchase defaulted Treasury bonds outright – or swap them for healthier ones – in a bid to keep markets functioning.

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