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Loan market news: Loans pick up

Nov 1, 2013

Latin American borrowers are turning in increasing numbers to syndicated loans for funding, as the bond market becomes more expensive — and increasingly volatile

By Karen Schwartz

A sharp price swing in the bond market since the US Federal Reserve began mulling the normalization of monetary policy is pushing Latin American firms to turn increasingly to bank loans for funding. The trend is likely to pick up in the remainder of the year, bankers say....

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“The crisis has been a setback for reserve diversification."

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