CDS On Hungary Narrow Sharply

25 Mar 2011

Credit default swap spreads on Hungarian sovereign debt have tightened sharply after Standard & Poor’s delivered a positive assessment of the government’s plans for structural reform.

Credit default swap spreads on Hungarian sovereign debt have tightened sharply after Standard & Poor’s delivered a positive assessment of the government’s plans for structural reform. CMA DataVision reported that spreads closed Thursday at 264 basis points, down from 270.9 bps, and dramatically narrower than the near 400 ...

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