CMA has enhanced CMA DataVision, its same-day consensus-based price verification data service for CDS, indices and tranches. Working with several clients and a team of industry experts, CMA says it has developed a multi-step modelling process to enable it to derive price points and generate a full-term structure with a high degree of accuracy. Using this process, it says, it has more than doubled the number of data points that can be confidently provided by CMA DataVision.
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CMA Rolls Out Full Term Structures for CMA DataVision
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