One-year CDS slide in U.S.

10/18/2013 | Reuters

The spread on one-year credit default swaps covering U.S. debt has dropped 7 basis points, to 51, according to Markit Group. The spread reached an intraday high of 75 basis points Wednesday, the highest level since July 2011. Five-year CDS have dropped 5 basis points, to 32.

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