ISDA to rule on Argentinian default By Abigail Moses, Bloomberg | July 31, 2014 The International Swaps & Derivatives Association said its determinations committee will rule on whether credit-default swaps linked to Argentina have been triggered by a failure-to-pay credit event. ISDA splitting hairs By Abigail Moses, Bloomberg | August 8, 2014 The International Swaps & Derivatives Association ruled that a succession event has occurred for credit-default swaps insuring debt of Banco Espirito Santo SA. Crude wobbles—but it won't fall down By Abigail Moses, Bloomberg | October 2, 2014 Crude dropped below $90 for the first time in 17 months as oil and gas companies led European stocks lower. The dollar declined as the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell. Greece deal triggers $3 billion in default swaps, ISDA says By Abigail Moses, Bloomberg | March 9, 2012 Greece’s use of collective action clauses forcing investors to take losses under the nation’s debt restructuring will trigger payouts on $3 billion of default insurance.