Ivory Coast Bonds “Might End Up To Be A Good Investment”; North Korea And Syria Next?Rupert Hargreaves
In the old days, investors used to demand a higher return for taking on more risk, and would never lend money to a war-torn country such as purchasing ivory coast bonds or fro a county that has defaulted in the past decade.
But those days are now long gone and today's yield starved investors are more than happy to lend to emerging market countries with rocky pasts, at rock-bottom rates.
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