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EM sovereign default risks still high in a few places

The incidence of sovereign debt distress has continued to decline across the emerging world in recent weeks, driven mainly by an improvement in global risk appetite and the corresponding narrowing of credit spreads. But in some cases, things appear to have gone too far. Indeed, our sovereign debt risk indicators suggest that default risks remain high in a handful of countries including Tunisia, Argentina and – to a lesser extent – Ecuador.

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