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First Venezuela, Now Argentina…Whose Yield Spike Is Next?

Confounded Interest  ( Original )
MAY 3, 2018

International yields are starting to move. The most marginal sovereigns are spiking; keep an eye out for where this unsettling trend might surface next.

While the 10-year Treasury Note yield has been rising,

the 2Y Treasury Note yield rise has been meteoric. As has Venezuela’s 2Y yield, but for different reasons.

And then there is Argentina with a 29.156% 2Y yield in Pesos. But -0.203 when denominated in US Dollars.

ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Meteroic Rise In The 2-Year Treasury Note Yield (Also For Venezuela and Argentina, But For Different Reasons) at Confounded Interest on 5/3/18