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Bloomberg Bolsters Credit Capabilities with CMA DataVision…

Bloomberg has added CMA’s same day closing credit default swap (CDS) prices – CMA DataVision – to the Bloomberg Professional service. CMA DataVision provides data for more than 2000 single name CDSs, indices and tranches, delivered by 5pm London and 5pm New York time. Bloomberg believes that the integration of CMA DataVision with existing credit derivatives analytics functions on Bloomberg Professional solidifies its position as the leading credit derivatives platform. CMA was founded in 2001 by credit specialists and has offices in London and New York.

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