Risk measures for North Korea's neighbors fall after nuclear test

02/13/2013 | MK.co.kr (South Korea)

Further evidence emerged that North Korea's latest nuclear saber-rattling did little to rattle markets, with credit default swap premiums on South Korean, Japanese and Chinese five-year sovereign bonds falling Wednesday despite Pyongyang's warhead test. The bonds are considered widely indicative of a nation's overall credit risk.

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