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Title: Sovereign risks, derivatives and financial regulation
Authors: Oldani, Chiara
Keywords: Sovereign risk;Derivatives
Issue Date: Apr-2012
Publisher: Assonebb
Source: Oldani, C. 2012. Sovereign risks, derivatives and financial regulation. "Bankpedia Review" 2 (Special issue): 23-30
The financial crisis that originated in the subprime mortgage market in 2011 has spread trough out the sovereign bonds market; the propagation of risks (contagion effect) happened because of economic causes (i.e. excessive public expenditure and poor growth) and because of financial causes (i.e. modification of the risk and lack of proper revision of global financial regulation). A key role has been played by financial derivatives, especially those written on the credit risk. The plausible exit strategy seems to be restoring confidence in the financial market that is completely absent at the present.
ISSN: 2239-8023
Appears in Collections:DEIM - Archivio della produzione scientifica

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