Aegon 1Q Decline Raises Bond Risk

08 May 2008

A 78% decline in first quarter profits at Aegon has boosted the Dutch insurer’s five-year credit default swaps 13 points to 115 basis points. That translate into an annual cost of EUR115,000 (USD 177,000) to protect against default over the next half decade. Aegon blames its losses poor ...

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