Funds Lured by Greek Home Loan Debt Paying 22%: MortgagesEsteban Duarte and Sharon Smyth
Distressed debt funds are buying Greek mortgage bonds after yields soared to a record, wagering the securities will rebound if Greece stays in the euro and with some priced so low they can still be profitable with an exit.
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