Moral Hazard of Emerging Market Debt Spreads
The Economist looks at the moral hazard for emerging market countries that is being created by the low spreads on their bonds. In the global market’s desperate search for higher yields, the spreads on emerging market debt have declined precipitously. Even countries like Argentina which purposely defaulted on a number of bonds five years ago only have a spread of 2% over US treasuries.
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