Good results from General Motors give fillip to CDS mart

  • 28 Jul 2006

Credit indices narrowed this week, buoyed by good results, particularly from recent bankruptcy candidate General Motors.

The iTraxx Crossover Index traded wider in the first part of the week and hit a high print of 279bp. But in the wake of GM's results it narrowed to close yesterday (Thursday) ...

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