CDS markets come under scrutiny

By Marie Kemplay
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) has confirmed it is examining recent activity in the credit default swap markets following volatility.

“Esma, together with the national regulators, has been looking into the recent market movements, including in the credit default swap [CDS] market,” a spokesperson for the EU securities ...

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