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CMA DataVision CDS Prices Available Via Sophis VALUE

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Sophis has developed an interface to enable users of its VALUE buy side platform to have direct access to CMA DataVision, CMA’s same day closing credit default swap (CDS) prices.
Meanwhile, CMA has announced that its price discovery service CMA QuoteVision can now parse Loan Credit Default Swaps (LCDS) quotes. The LCDS enhancement to CMA QuoteVision follows the recent addition of a bond price management service. CMA QuoteVision scans free form messages, extracts pricing information and stores it in a client side database.

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