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Fri, Aug. 1, 2:18 PM
- The International Swaps and Derivatives Association declared Argentina in default, a move which could trigger up to $1B on credit default swaps. Next up is an ISDA auction to settle outstanding CDS deals.
- Argentina bonds extended losses after the ISDA action, and the Global X Funds Argentina ETF (NYSEARCA:ARGT) is off 2.1% on the session.
- A selection of ADRs: Alto Palermo (APSA), Banco Macro (BMA -2.4%), BBVA Banco Frances (BFR -1.4%), Edenor (EDN +2.3%), Pampa Energia (PZE +0.1%), Telecom Argentina (TEO -0.6%), Tenaris (TS -0.1%), Ternium (TX -0.7%), YPF (YPF -0.9%).
Aug. 27, 2013, 5:41 PM
Aug. 31, 2010, 10:35 AMStocks are headed for disaster in September and October in "one of the most challenging years for investors ever," hedge fund manager Pedro De Noronha tells CNBC. He is shorting five of Europe's biggest banks, citing "laughable" stress tests: UBS, Barclays (BCS), Intesa Sanpaolo (ISNPY.PK), BBVA (BFR) and Unione de Banche. | 6 Comments
Nov. 30, 2009, 7:14 AMThirty giant financial institutions were selected by the FSB for cross-border systemic-risk oversight, and will be asked to write "living wills" that outline wind-down plans in the aftermath of a crisis. They include: AEG AXA AZ BAC BCS BFR CS DB GS HBC ING JPM MFG MTU NMR RBS RY STD UBS. | Comment!
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