Size Doesn’t Matter In Credit Derivatives, Says Moody’s

  • 29 May 2008
Potential failure of a counterparty in the credit derivatives market, and not the market’s $62 trillion size, is what poses the greatest systemic risk, according to Moody’s Investors’ Services. Focusing on the market size, said Moody’s, “is not an accurate depiction of the market nor particularly helpful to ...

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