European CDS Widen On Concerns Of Deepening Crisis

Credit default swaps on European sovereign bonds widened sharply on growing concerns that the financial crisis in the region will continue to deepen.

  • 22 Sep 2010
Credit default swaps on European sovereign bonds widened sharply on growing concerns that the financial crisis in the region will continue to deepen. CMA DataVision reported that CDS on Ireland widened 27.5 basis points to a record 467.5 bps, while spreads on Portugal hit their highest level in ...

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