Global force majeure creep into the collateral world (Premium)

China’s Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) has issued a record number of force majeure certificates, now at 1,615, covering $15.7 billion in transactions. An expansion of the coronavirus or merely fears about the virus, and more force majeure decisions around the world, would mean a new set of demand requirements for collateral markets.
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