Emerging market bonds - A crash course in default - The response to the first default on an international sovereign bond since the 193os has been one of widespread confusion. Ecuador has taught just how hard it is to restructure or exchange Brady bonds. The logic behind the IMFs role in prompting the default is highly questionable. It may be setting an unfortunate and damaging precedent
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