By David Wigan LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) - Recovery swaps, a derivative that allows bets on payments to bondholders after corporate defaults, are growing in popularity as tight spreads fuel demand for higher-yielding investments, bankers in London say. Investor interest in the swaps has been stoked by a rising oil price and higher interest rates, which have piled pressure on troubled businesses, giving speculators a chance to bet on those they believe are most exposed. The trend has ...
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