Russian Bond Risk At Four-Year High

  • 05 Sep 2008

Credit default swaps on Russian government debt hit their highest level since November 2004, up 12 basis points to 164 bps, following reports that the country’s central bank helped boost the ruble by selling foreign reserves, according to CMA Datavision.

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