CDS Prices Hint At Bank Unease

17 Jul 2012

The high price of credit default swaps on U.S. banks suggest investors still view banks as riskier than they were before the crisis, despite efforts to shed risky assets and improve capital ratios, according to Moody’s Analytics.

The high price of credit default swaps on U.S. banks suggest investors still view banks as riskier than they were before the crisis, despite efforts to shed risky assets and improve capital ratios, according to Moody’s Analytics.

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