By: Wall Street Pit
May 19, 2013 at 18:27 PM EDT
Sovereign Debt Concerns in 2013
Interest rates on government debt for a number of European countries– notably Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, and Spain– shot up considerably during 2010-2012. Those yields have fallen significantly from their peaks, though these five countries still face higher borrowing costs than most other countries in Europe. Yields on long-term government bonds, Jan 2009 to April [...] View the full post at: Sovereign Debt Concerns in 2013 Related posts: Solar Market to Hit $100 bln by 2013 Despite Price Erosion Concerns about the Fed’s New Balance Sheet Sovereign Risk, Reflation and the New Normal
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