Chile to Debut 30-year Domestic Peso Bond

Chile to Debut 30-year Domestic Peso Bond

Chile Bonds

Chile’s government plans to include 30-year peso-denominated bonds among its domestic market issuance this year, it says, as part of the $5bn it foresees issuing locally. It says that establishing such a long-term benchmark is in the best interest of the economy, and points to the role the new instrument could play in deepening the mortgage market. Chile previously only sold 30-year domestic bonds denominated in the UF inflation-linked unit. The 2013 agenda includes peso bonds with maturities of

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