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TFX to Publish Markit iTraxx Japan Index Price Data on Website

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Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) has announced that it will publish Markit iTraxx Japan Index price data on its website from 27 July 2009.

TFX has previously contributed to the development of the Japanese credit markets by publishing credit default swap (CDS) reference rates on its website. By publishing data on the Markit iTraxx Japan Index, TFX hopes to provide a convenient and valuable source of data for the benchmark credit index.

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