Mexico leads out Lat Am’s leap for liquidity

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By Oliver West
09 Jan 2020

Mexico returned to its role of opening Latin American bond markets for the year on Monday, triggering a slew of issuance from the region as bankers predict the bulk of 2020 supply will come in the first half.

Just as domestic issues in Chile did nothing to stop four borrowers from the country tapping markets, so international events did not give pause to global bond markets as technicals remained firmly in favour of issuers.

“Not only are local factors being shrugged off in Chile, but big macro ...

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