iTraxx Breaks Barrier After Stimulus Letdown

Spreads on the iTraxx main in Europe cracked through the psychological 150 basis point mark this week, closing on a bid/offer spread of 156-157 bps late Friday as the market resigned itself to more uncertainly around the specifics of U.S. economic stimulus plans.

  • 13 Feb 2009

--Irene Chapple

Spreads on the iTraxx main in Europe cracked through the psychological 150 basis point mark this week, closing on a bid/offer spread of 156-157 bps late Friday as the market resigned itself to more uncertainly around the specifics of U.S. economic stimulus plans. Little activity is ...

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