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DTCC Indicates May Disclose More CDS Data to Counter Market Misconceptions

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The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has indicated that it may disclose more data around credit default swap (CDS) trades in order to counter misconceptions in the market that the derivatives were the root of the financial crisis. According to market reports, the DTCC has been discussing the move with its owners and participants, although there has, as yet, been no clarification on the data that would be published.

Earlier this month, the DTCC began releasing more information on trades in the CDS market with a view to increasing transparency.

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