Forint Slide Accelerates As Hungarian Default Risk Now 14 Wider To 277bps

Tyler Durden's picture

Poor, poor Europe. Every room one shines a light in, the cockroaches don't even bother to scurry to safety any more. Yet what is glaringly obvious takes a media-reported soundbite to awake people. So is the case with Hungary today. After opening 7 tighter, Hungarian CDS are now 14 bps wider to 277bps. As the attached chart shows, the Hungarian Forint is now in freefall. Yet if investors are concerned about Hungary, they should take a look at some of its less lucky Eastern European neighbors which, just like Hungary, have been considered to be strong for so long.