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Weekly: Brazil, JP Morgan were the most active sovereign and corporate CDS

|Includes:BRAF, BRAQ, BRAU, BRAZ, BRF, BRXX, BZF, BZL, EDP, EDPFY, EWI, EWP, EWW, FXM, GE, JPM, MXE, MXF, SMK, SNF, TKF, TMX, iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR), UMX
Brazil once again topped the most active list with over $5 billion of credit default swaps, measured by gross notional value, traded during the week ended September 24, 2010.

JP Morgan Chase was the most active corporate name this week with $1.9 billion in CDS traded, followed by GE Capital and EDP (Portugal’s primary electricity company).


Disclosure: long all stocks
Stocks: TUR, TKF, UMX, MXE, SMK, EWW, MXF, TMX, FXM, BZL, BRAF, BRAQ, BRAU, BRAZ, BRF, BRXX, BZF, EWI, SNF, EWP, EDP, EDPFY, JPM, GE