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Thursday, April 14, 2011 12:53 PM

Greek 10-Year Government Bond Yield Exceeds 13% First Time, Portuguese Yield Approaches 9%; Credit Default Swaps US vs. Europe

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Greek and Portuguese Euro-based sovereign debt yields hit new highs today with the Greek 10-Year sovereign bond yield topping 13% for the first time in the history of the Euro.

Greece 10-Year Yield 13.27%

Portugal 10-Year Yield 8.88%

5-Year Credit Default Swaps US vs. Europe

Here is an interesting chart from Chris Puplava at PFS Group (Financial Sense) comparing default risk in the US vs Europe.

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Note that government default risk is higher than corporate risk in Europe. The opposite is true in the US.

The market clearly believes there is risk of default on Portuguese and Greek government bonds and so do I.

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