Mid-Day CDS Rerack: Pick The Odd One(s) Out... Again

Tyler Durden's picture

And Belgium and Austria were doing so well there for a few hours...

                                 5Y                     10Y              5/10's                           


  • PORTUGAL    1070/1120 +10      810/880     -280/-220                           
  • ITALY             421/429   0          401/415      -23/-7                             
  • IRELAND        690/720  +25       520/590     -180/-120
  • SPAIN            359/367  +1         340/356      -19/-3
    GREECE           59/62   -0.5      59.5/63.5    -0.5/2.5   


  • BELGIUM    292/302  +13     289/303       -6/4 
  • AUSTRIA    159/169  +3    173.5/183.5   12/17 
  • FRANCE        167/171  -2.5    180.5/190.5     14/19  
  • UK                 85/89     -3         100/106        14/18                             
  • GERMANY    89.5/92.5 -5         108/114         17/21

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PicassoInActions's picture

Can we have on this blog a poll like a daily close on S&P or dow? Would be fun.


GeneMarchbanks's picture

Weird... I was just having waffles in Vienna a day ago.

s2man's picture

Then you left, and their GDP sank.  I hope you feel good about yourself for helping the Viennese economy tank.

spiral_eyes's picture

aggregate demand, bitchez

Temporalist's picture

That's where you went wrong as Belgians are the waffle people.  They even waffle about having a government.

Fips_OnTheSpot's picture

Wow - mid-day rerack, when's hourly due? :)

RobotTrader's picture



Put/call ratio has been redlined the last two days, everybody and their brother trying to pick a top again based on the CDS spreads.

Last reading was 1.40x


What happens when the parabolic CDS prices start to reverse?

Jeff Lebowski's picture



Humidity in Chicago has been absent the last two days, everybody and their brother enjoying the weather.

Last temperature reading was 68F.


What happens when the cold front starts to move in?

swissaustrian's picture

Ireland is really being mistreated by the markets. It doesn´t have the same problems as the other PIGS do.

Dick Darlington's picture

Yes, Ireland is not the same. It's insolvent with a factor of ten.

HardlyZero's picture

BM-FECALSS slimes between PIIGS

Now its a complete mess (Netherlands is still "out" of the scrabble).

sockcutter motorforker's picture

i wonder whats going on with sigma x these days and whether gs is still trading (short selling?) italian banks

Finance Addict's picture

Three guesses of which European banks are most exposed to Belgium: http://bit.ly/oyZZtk