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CDS rationale, volatility tackled as move gains support

Posted on 17 May 2012


Standardised covered bond CDS being finalised are intended to serve as a hedge against spread moves rather than default, and any price volatility they may bring is the flipside of an efficient price transfer mechanism, according to a banker familiar with the initiative, who said it has gained interest from more banks...

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