BanBra rallies, Azul flies as Brazil bonds boom

Brazil, boom, LatAm
By Oliver West
19 Oct 2017

Two Brazilian bond deals this week underlined the improved sentiment towards Latin America’s largest economy as Banco do Brasil’s first bond in three years traded a point up the day after pricing despite coming flat to fair value.

Low-cost airline Azul followed up Banco do Brasil’s success with a $400m international bond market debut that came very close to better-rated peers on Thursday.

On Wednesday, Banco do Brasil leads Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BB Securities, Bradesco, BTG Pactual, Itaú, Santander and Wells Fargo ...

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