Ukraine Bonds Haven't Had It This Bad Since Debt Deal: Chart

Ukraine’s debt suffered its worst weekly loss since trading started following a $15 billion restructuring last year. The bonds are getting battered by the resignation of the country’s reform-minded economy minister this week, who accused presidential party members of corruption. As the shortest-dated note due in September 2019 slid, its yield jumped 87 basis points in the past five days to surpass 10 percent.

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