February 13, 2018 |
A blackout period will slowdown Latin America's corporate bond market, giving issuers a chance to ready their Q4 financials, DCM sources have said.
And after last week's US Treasuries' sell-off, issuers will welcome the opportunity to reassess their debt raising plans for 2018. "This blackout period came at a good time," one banker said.
Despite four issuers tackling last week's market volatility, Peru's Camposol opted not to sell bonds. The agribusiness had sought up to $300m from the cross-bor
Paraguay and El Salvador touted to fill the void left by the region's companies