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Weekly CDS Change Update Per DTCC - Technical Recommendations





New DTCC weekly change numbers released for week ended January 23. Most notable is the huge gross notional and contractual amount of full terminations of consumer services CDS. Looks like funds are fully covering overhanging shorts. As this has been the most profitable position over the past 3 months it is not too surprising. Based on this technical data, we would recommend establishing short positions in the space due to the diminishing risk of a mass squeeze.

 
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Major CDS Last Day Movers





 
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Major CDS Last Day Movers





 
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January 26 CDS Major Movers





 
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January 26 CDS Major Movers





 
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Weekly CDS Change Update Per DTCC





As CDS traders are aware, two months ago, or about the same time Chris Cox wanted to turn everyone that had even the remotest connection to trading CDS into soap, the DTCC started disclosing everything it knows (not all that much) about the CDS market on a weekly basis. At Zero Hedge, we are starting a weekly column that looks at the net additions and reductions, and ergo, net change in the CDS market, from both a notional and contractual point of view, based on DTCC data.

 
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Weekly CDS Change Update Per DTCC





As CDS traders are aware, two months ago, or about the same time Chris Cox wanted to turn everyone that had even the remotest connection to trading CDS into soap, the DTCC started disclosing everything it knows (not all that much) about the CDS market on a weekly basis. At Zero Hedge, we are starting a weekly column that looks at the net additions and reductions, and ergo, net change in the CDS market, from both a notional and contractual point of view, based on DTCC data.

 
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