SEC's CDS proposals could impede market rather than help it: Barclays

By Dan Alderson

New rules proposed by the US Securities & Exchange Commissions to tighten oversight of the CDS market could mean big changes for the market and have the effect of sapping activity, warn Barclays credit strategists in a note published on Thursday

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