Peru wraps LM but no sign of new deal

Despite volatile market conditions, which usually make local currency issuance a tough sell, some bond investors say they have their eyes peeled for a Peruvian government nuevo sol trade after the sovereign completed a buy-back of dollar debt on Tuesday.

  • By Oliver West
  • 08 Nov 2018

Peru, rated A3/BBB+/BBB+, will buy back $244.527m of the $395.471m outstanding under its 7.125% 2019s. It remains engaged with bondholders, despite not having announced a new deal proposed a month ago.

“They could have completely walked away, but the fact that they’ve pushed ahead with the buy-back suggests to ...

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