CDS On Venezuelan Oil Co. Rise

Five-year credit default swaps on Petroeleos de Venezuela rose 56 basis points, according to CMA DataVision, on word that its debt to oil service firms will not likely result in the state-owned company defaulting on its bonds.

  • 14 May 2009
Five-year credit default swaps on Petroeleos de Venezuela rose 56 basis points, according to CMA DataVision, on word that its debt to oil service firms will not likely result in the state-owned company defaulting on its bonds. Venezuela President Hugo Chavez had warned that he would seize assets ...

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