Peru pounces on local rally to clinch sol return

Patience paid off for Peru on Thursday as its status as one of the safest economies in Latin America helped the sovereign to a new local currency benchmark that received strong interest from international investors.

  • By Oliver West
  • 29 Nov 2018
Despite volatility across emerging markets, Peru’s local curve has been an outperformer for most of November. The sovereign’s A3/A-/A- rated nuevo sol-denominated August 2028s had rallied from 5.89% at the end of October to 5.6% as of Wednesday’s close.
This performance finally convinced Peru that the time was right ...

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