Pemex plans euro comeback

Mexico's state oil company Pemex has hired banks for a euro deal, and will meet buyers in Europe next week.

  • By Steven Gilmore
  • 13 Nov 2013

The company has picked BBVA, Credit Suisse and HSBC to run the trade and will meet investors in London on November 18, Frankfurt on the 19th and finish on the 20th in Paris, said a banker on the deal.

The borrower's last transaction in the currency was a €1bn ...

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