Peru had the lowest country risk in Latin America at 1.63 percentage points -JP Morgan

The EMBI+ index estimates the political risk and the possibility that a country will default on its payment obligations to international creditors.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the EMBI+ Peru calculated by investment bank JP Morgan, Peru's country risk was 1.63 percentage points today, adjusted after market close, down 12 basis points from the previous session.

With this score, the country had the lowest country risk in the region, followed by Mexico (2.30 points) and Brazil (3.10 points).

The EMBI+ Peru is measured by the difference between the average yield on Peruvian government bonds and the yield on U.S. government bonds.

It, therefore, estimates the political risk and the possibility that a country will default on . . .

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