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Greece’s Mounting Default Risk Seen in Inverted Bond Yield Curve

Default risk is at its highest since 2012

(Bloomberg) -- To judge how bleak Greece's financial prospects are without a bailout program, take a look at its government-bond market.

It's showing the highest risk of the nation defaulting on its private debt since 2012, when investors lost 100 billion euros ($112 billion) in the biggest-ever debt restructuring.