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Argentina Bond Yields Hit 42%


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I wouldn't rule it out. I'm surprised no one else has posted yet

The yield on bonds is inverse to their value.I.e. bond holders get creamed.

Hard assets the ultimate safe haven

http://charts.infomine.com/multivariantcharts/showchart.aspx?mv=1&f=f&r=10y&c=csilver.xars.uoz

5 argentine pesos invested in silver would be worth 22x the same paper units now.

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Ireland don't need to go to the bond market until January, until them, its academic.

Indeed. Several months of not needing to worry then :-) They really should not have bothered doing any deals in October as it unnecessarily produces bad publicity: http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2010/11/12/402176/that-seeping-irish-confidence-1-per-day/

As a testament to the virulence of the sovereign weakness, the Bank of Ireland did a three-year government guaranteed deal on 27 October which is now trading at 90% which equates to a 1% loss per trading day.

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