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Sovereign risk

• The special risks, if any, that attach to a security (or deposit or loan) because the borrower's country of residence differs from that of the investor's. Also referred to as country risk.

• Sovereign Risk refers to the fact that a foreign government can default on its promises. Moreover, a foreign government can prohibit or restrict all domestic corporations and agencies from re-paying their foreign currency denominated interest and principle payment.

• The risk that a central bank will impose foreign exchange regulations that will reduce or negate the value of FX contracts. Also refers to the risk of government default on a loan made to it or guaranteed by it.

 
 

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