Woori Skips USD400M Bond Redemption

Credit default swaps on Woori Bank soared 100 basis points to 830 bps after the South Korean bank said it would skip an option to redeem USD400 million in bonds.

  • 11 Feb 2009
Credit default swaps on Woori Bank soared 100 basis points to 830 bps after the South Korean bank said it would skip an option to redeem USD400 million in bonds. Woori said that current adverse market conditions make its more expensive to refinance the debt than to pay ...

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