Icelandic Bank CDS Sellers Could Face 97% Payout

Sellers of credit default swaps on the three collapsed Icelandic banks may have to settle contracts for as much as 97 cents on the euro.

  • 03 Nov 2008
Sellers of credit default swaps on the three collapsed Icelandic banks may have to settle contracts for as much as 97 cents on the euro. The actual amount will be determined in Europe’s first credit derivatives cash settlement auctions, which are set this week for Landsbanki Islands, Kaupthing ...

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