IMF threat makes investors wait for Chávez’s next move

10 May 2007

Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez’s declaration that he intends to withdraw the country from the International Monetary Fund has thrown bond investors into a spin.

Venezuela has paid back its debts to the IMF under his presidency, but bonds issued by the sovereign typically come with covenants which define leaving ...

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