Dodgy Dow day puts downer on Lat Am prospects

Peru wrapped up an investor roadshow on Wednesday just as the Dow Jones suffered its worst day since February to leave investors and bankers examining conditions as the sovereign weighs up a dual-tranche dollar and Nuevo sol deal.

  • By Oliver West
  • 11 Oct 2018

After a significant improvement in Latin American bond market conditions in September, Colombia broke the ice with the first sovereign deal from the region in nearly three months last Wednesday. Investors said that the deal indicated that levels had become acceptable for the region’s better-rated, opportunistic borrowers.

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