Mexican Issuers Set For Domestic Bonds

Mexican Issuers Set For Domestic Bonds

Mexico Bonds

The government of Mexico’s Distrito Federal, and lenders Inbursa and Scotia are each scheduled to tap Mexico’s domestic bond market today. DF is heard seeking to pay Mbonos+85bp on up to MXP2.5bn ($192m) in 15-year bonds, according to a source familiar with the plans. Proceeds will be used to fund public works projects. Banorte-Ixe and Santander are managing the federal government-guaranteed transaction, rated AAA on a national scale. Separately, Inbursa is set to sell up to MXP8bn in 2 and 4-ye

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