CDS Spreads On Hungary Widen Sharply

Five-year credit default swap spreads on Hungarian sovereign debt widened sharply after the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund suspended talks with the country’s government over its deficit and payments assistance.

  • 20 Jul 2010
Five-year credit default swap spreads on Hungarian sovereign debt widened sharply after the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund suspended talks with the country’s government over its deficit and payments assistance. According to index.hu, CDS spreads widened 38 basis points to 360bps, briefly rising to ...

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