On the heels of last week's entry on this an additional link in the same vein to some 20 March Deutsche Bank research. An excerpt and a couple of discomforting charts:

"Financial markets have sharply re-priced the risk for Austrian government debt over the past few weeks. At times, Austrian 10-year sovereign bond spreads climbed to fresh multi-year highs of more than 130 bp vs. German Bunds. 5-year sovereign CDS spreads soared to around 270 bp and are still on par with highly-indebted Greece and only topped by Ireland. However, one has to bear in mind that the CDS market may not be solely driven by default risks but also by other factors. Very recently, sovereign bond and CDS spreads have narrowed again to around 110 bp and 180 bp, respectively." (link)

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