2012: Sovereign Risk Compression

Great data from Bespoke.  Looks like Portugal is the odd man out as the only government in which its CDS spreads have widened this year.

(click here if table is not observable)

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2 Responses to 2012: Sovereign Risk Compression

  1. Reblogged this on Lighthouse Securities and commented:
    If you need a simple explanation on why the Aussie Dollar is doing so well in this sea of uncertainty that was 2011 and still is 2012 then the table above from Bespoke via friends Global Macro Monitor says it all.

    That’s us at the bottom of the table – just above the United States

  2. Pingback: 2012: Sovereign Risk Compression | Forex news

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