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A Lisbon clause

16 February 2016 By Neil Unmack

Lisbon’s shock decision to bail in Novo Banco debt won’t trigger its credit default swaps, lawyers have decided. Jumping CDS spreads partly explain the current panic over banks. That’s bad – if they don’t protect against defaults, they’re less reliable as market gauges or hedges.

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