Net CDS Volumes Suggest Higher U.S. Risk

17 Apr 2009

Investors appear to feel that U.S. credit is riskier than that of Europe, based on net volumes in credit default swaps, according to Credit Derivatives Research.

Investors appear to feel that U.S. credit is riskier than that of Europe, based on net volumes in credit default swaps, according to Credit Derivatives Research. A new CDR report noted that whole gross volumes on U.S. and European CDS indices are roughly the same, U.S. net volumes ...

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