Economy: Peru’s country risk rose three basis points and closed at 1.11 points p

Peru’s country risk closed the session today at 1.11 percentage points, adjusted after the close, rising three basis points compared to the previous session, according to the EMBI + Peru calculated by the investment bank JP Morgan.

Peru (1.11 percentage points) reported the lowest country risk in the region, followed by Colombia (2.39 points) and Mexico (2.64 points).


He EMBI + Peru It is measured as the difference between the average yield of Peruvian sovereign bonds and the yield of the US Treasury bond.

Thus, the political risk and the possibility that a country may default on its payment obligations to international creditors is estimated.


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