Latin America

  • Colombia's Aval prices through guidance

    Colombia's Aval prices through guidance

    Colombian financial conglomerate Grupo Aval found idyllic conditions on its return to international bond markets on Tuesday after an eight absence, offering a minimal concession to existing notes issued by its largest subsidiary.

  • Aeromexico to fly in with bond debut

    Aeromexico to fly in with bond debut

    Mexico’s largest airline Aeromexico will begin meeting fixed income investors on Monday as it plots what would be its first ever international bond issue.

  • Colombia shrugs off protests to notch dollars

    Colombia shrugs off protests to notch dollars

    Investors saw Colombia’s decision to hit international bond markets on the day a national strike was planned as a statement of intent. But concerns over social unrest, or indeed a challenging fiscal outlook, paled into insignificance as yield hungry investors took the chance to buy into what remains an economic outperformer in Latin America.

  • Brazilians return as USD bonds gain appeal

    Brazilians return as USD bonds gain appeal

    Two long-established, but long-absent, Brazilian issuers have turned to international bond markets as US dollar bonds become a more competitive option for the country’s issuers.

  • Chile’s green double wraps funding needs early

    Chile’s green double wraps funding needs early

    Chile completed its $3.3bn of external funding needs for the year in two days this week, tapping both euro and dollar markets for green bonds that EM accounts say are becoming increasingly important for their end investors.

  • Sovereign debt at greater risk of being ‘stranded’

    Sovereign debt at greater risk of being ‘stranded’

    The risk that huge amounts of oil and gas assets will be stranded by moves to tackle the climate emergency may be more pertinent for sovereign credit than for private sector corporate debt, according to new research.

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