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Qui, Jiaping, Fan Yu, "Endogenous Liquidity in Credit Derivatives", Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 103, No. 3, (March 2012), pp. 611-631.

Abstract: We study the determination of liquidity provision in the single-name credit default swap (CDS) market as measured by the number of distinct dealers providing quotes. We find that liquidity is concentrated among large obligors and those near the investment-grade/speculative-grade cutoff. Consistent with endogenousliquidity provision by informed financial institutions, more liquidity is associated with obligors for which there is a greater information flow from the CDS market to the stock market ahead of major credit events. Furthermore, the level of information heterogeneity plays an important role in how liquidity provision responds to transaction demand and how liquidity is priced into the CDS premium.

JEL Classification: G12, G13, G14, G28, D82.

Keywords: Creditderivatives, Dealers, Liquidity provision, Informed trading.