Chile beats volatility to find peso demand

Chile attracted more international investors than ever before into a local currency deal this week as it braved a volatile market to raise $1.5bn-equivalent of new money and a further $420m through an exchange of old bonds.

  • By Oliver West
  • 16 May 2019

The country’s head of international finance, Andrés Pérez Morales, told GlobalCapital that he felt the government had achieved an “exceptional result, especially given the recent jump in market volatility triggered by policy uncertainty in major economies”.

International investors accounted for nearly 24% of the deal, according to the finance ministry, ...

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