Is Credit Suisse 2022’s Bear Stearns? Signs That Something Is About to Break? – Don’s Daily Brief

by | Oct 27, 2022

Credit Suisse is doing an emergency sale of its securitized loan portfolio.

The company has been under pressure for several weeks now — so this is NOT a sign of health.

The Swiss National Bank has opened over $13 billion of US Dollar swap lines with The Fed. The suspicion is that it’s to mask problems at Credit Suisse.

Meanwhile, the European Control Board (ECB) hiked rates by 75 basis points this morning.

So to recap: We’re moving through this recession, which is making itself increasingly evident.

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WRITTEN BY<br>Ileana Wolfort

WRITTEN BY
Ileana Wolfort

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