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El Salvador Lands Below 6%

Nov 29, 2012

El Salvador has priced a long-awaited $800m bond, getting robust demand despite tightening below 6%. Demand for the new 2025 topped $5bn, according to investors following the sale. Starting at low-to-mid 6%-area indications, the sovereign tightened to 5.875%, pricing at 99.984 with...

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