Convention Changes Adopted In Emerging Market CDS

Emerging market credit default swaps recently went from monthly maturities to quarterly.

  • 14 Jul 2009

--Katy Burne

Emerging market credit default swaps recently went from monthly maturities to quarterly. The switch, which went live June 22, standardized the contracts in line with the rest of the CDS market to help boost liquidity and trade compressions. The changes were agreed by dealers working in association ...

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