Monday, July 19, 2010
Collapse of talks for a Hungarian rescue might trigger market panic
The sovereign-debt market might remain in turmoil for a while, after the International Monetary Fund and the EU walked away from discussions with Hungary regarding its budget deficit, experts said. The decision puts the IMF's $25.8 billion bailout for Hungary on the back burner. Bloomberg Businessweek so far market taking this in stride. There should be caution with Greece ahead of next disbursement of funds in August.