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Sovereign bond spreads: from too high to too low?

The sharp drop in frontier market sovereign dollar bond spreads this year has caught many by surprise. We think there’s a case that the bond rally may have gone too far in Argentina, Ecuador and Tunisia. But the decline in spreads in some frontiers, including Pakistan, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, is mirrored by a reduction in sovereign debt risk.

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