Guatemala demonstrates supportive technicals on tough Lat Am day

Guatemala battled difficult market conditions on Thursday to issue its first 30 year bond since 2004 as part of a dual-tranche issue as investors continue to seek long-dated paper.

  • By Oliver West
  • 23 May 2019

Following 30 year trades from investment grade corporates Televisa and Suzano on Tuesday, Guatemala gave sovereign buyers a chance for new paper just as US Treasury yields compressed to their tightest levels since 2017 amid fears over global growth and trade.

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