Discussion in 'Economics' started by Happy Hopping, Jul 19, 2011.
can't find it anywhere
you need one of those Bloomberg thingy's
5y Greece Sov CDS: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/quote?ticker=CGGB1U5:IND
There's a way to get the bond yield similar to the above, but I don't know the ticker (it's not the same as on a normal BBG). So use the FT instead:
Greece 10 year
Greece 2 year
to trace daytrading activity?
At those rates, they'd be better off financing the company on a Capital One VISA, lol.
didn't bother to post it yesterday but Reuters has a Great package of charts related
to the EU Debt problem
really get a sense of just how bad the financials are throughout the EU and surprised
for instance that the UK's exposure to Eire is nearly $140B:
original article in which links appear:
first of all, thanks for all the links, people. In the above link, it doesn't really said that it's 5 yr. CDS, it only said:
what's that mean?
Greece is the Hellenic Republic...
As to the fact that this is the Greek 5y Sov CDS, you're gonna have to trust me on that, as the BBG description is broken.
Regardless, people should stop looking at Sov CDS, esp in light of this:
ISDA SAYS GREEK AID PACKAGE `SHOULDN'T TRIGGER' CDS
w/ the new package announce on Thurs., it seems this whole thing is over until 2013. So unless Italy or Spain is going belly up, the Europe debt crisis should be over for now, do you guys agree?
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