Argentina’s country risk near 3,000 points, rising more than the rest of the region

The JP Morgan indicator accumulated a 55% increase since last June. Political tension and the high fiscal deficit drive the increase.

Sovereign bonds in dollars are again traded with falls to register new minimum prices since they were first traded in the markets. In the same sense, the country risk measured by JP Morgan approached 3,000 points for the first time since May 14, 2020.

Since June, the country risk soared from the threshold of 2,000 points at the beginning of last month to a maximum of 2,976 units this Monday, with . . .

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