São Paulo/Mexico City — The dead-cat bounce has arrived for Argentina.

After a brutal three-day sell-off that saw average yields spike to 21% and an implied probability of default gauge surge above 80%, investors finally found prices cheap enough to begin taking risk in the battered credit...

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