Venezuela has gut-wrenching inflation and skyrocketing sovereign yields. Here is the deterioration of the Bolivar (their currency) since 2013 when Nicolas Maduro was elected as their President.
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As of today, Venezuela’s 10 year sovereign yield hit 32.43%. That is even higher than the Greek 10 year sovereign yield at the height of the Greek default crisis of 30.25% in 2012.
Ever since President Nicolas Maduro was selected, Venezuela’s sovereign yield curve has gone from steeply upward sloping to steeply downward sloping. And their sovereign curve has shortened.
Staggering inflation and record high soveign yields. Maduro is even worse than his precessor Hugo Chavez.
Here is a photo of Maduro relieving himself from indigestion caused by his insane economic and monetary policies.
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