Argentina and Spain have signed an...
Mexico's reformed bankruptcy law attempts to encourage orderly workouts that preserve the enterprise. It compares reasonably well with other nations, but still falls short.
Moody's Investors Service has joined the...
Recent remarks made by Ecuador's finance...
Fitch Ratings has downgraded the long-term...
As part of a group restructuring...
Investors are bracing for a reprofiling of Ecuador's external debt. While some hope for a market-friendly adjustment, others fear a savage Argentine-style haircut.
Michele Nicoletta, a senior emerging markets CDS trader at Lehman Brothers predicts further growth in credit default swap (CDS) trading and the development of an industry standard for corporates.
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