Ecuador proved investors are willing to forgive, forget and reinvest on Tuesday. The sovereign sold a $2bn 10 year deal — double some bond buyers’ expectations — in its first international transaction since a $3.2bn default in 2008. The final yield was wider than some analysts’ predictions, but was still tight enough to cause consternation that demand is getting out of hand.
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