Jamaica turns to euros, Deutsche in command

  • 21 Jan 2000
JAMAICA has decided to try its luck in the euro market for the first time later this month, spurred on by the strong demand shown for the Argentine and Brazilian euro deals over recent weeks. Although size, maturity and spread guidance is yet to be determined, market participants ...

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