Market concerns about sovereign debt risks across frontier markets have eased a touch in recent months. For our part, while we think that Egypt and Nigeria should be able to avoid default, Kenya faces a more challenging path to do so. And in the cases of Tunisia and Argentina, sovereign default appears to be a matter of when, not if.
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