Investments glossary

Credit Default Swap Index (CDX)

The credit default swap index (CDX)—formerly the Dow Jones CDX—is a benchmark financial instrument made up of credit default swaps (CDS) that have been issued by North American or emerging markets companies. The CDX was the first CDS index, which was created in 2002 and was based on a basket of single issuer CDSs.

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