The above chart is from the brilliant website tradingeconomics.com, with text and boxes added by me.
The list of countries with fragile economies certainly isn’t getting any shorter as of late. But the charts below shows that the yield on the 10-year brasilian and turkish gov bond have been at elevated levels for over 6 months. The difference with regard to euro periphery countries which also had elevated yield levels during the height of the crisis: they didn’t last as long, and there was an ECB to intervene.
graph source: F.A.Z., Bloomberg
Here’s another chart of Turkey;