Local debt market sees wave of issuance as lower rates and high liquidity encourage borrowers
Andean sovereign borrower tightens pricing sharply on 12-year bond issue
Caribbean telco aims to launch its IPO in late September.
Bidders for Mexico’s deepwater oil assets hope for better terms, after energy minister Joaquin Coldwell says auction delayed
Bond sale for toll road operator marks a step away from Dutch auction debt sales in the Andean region
New bond sales look tougher as yields widen and LatAm currencies fall
Transactions for infrastructure in Latin America fell year on year, but some large transactions are in the works
Issuances from the region slow, but bankers say that primary activity will pick up in the second half of the year
At least four issuers are gearing up to tap equity investors
After a spree of issuance this year, Colombian borrowers are expected to take a step back from their local bond market in the second half
A boon of bond sales could hit market in September if interest rates remain on hold
Latin American issuers have been very active in the dollar and euro markets in recent weeks, but uncertainty looms
Central American country wants to raise funds to settle debt from the state-controlled power company
Latin American issuers have roused the cross-border market and are set to keep the pace this week and next
Emerging from a corruption scandal, Brazil’s state-owned oil company storms into the dollar market and sells a century bond
Moneda Asset Management gets mandate from Canada's largest pension fund
Both sides need to be proactive and make concessions in order to improve financial ties
South American country’s AFPs seek to keep up strong yields
Issuers from the scandal-hit South American country find new access to international debt markets
Asset manager raises funds to buy land and trees mainly in Brazil, but also in Chile and Colombia
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Investment manager wants to use Fermaca to build a large mid-stream platform
The government hopes to attract PPPs for infrastructure projects, Finance Minister Alonso Segura tells investors
Banks and utility companies take advantage of solid conditions in bond market
While all eyes will be on Votorantim, the Brazilian sovereign may still be the first to tap the dollar market
The Colombian utility is planning to meet investors in New York later this year
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Bond prices rallied following the release of results, and investors now await new board and 5-yr plan
Debt rally expected, but investors still wary about the ongoing investigation
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Will a strong dollar deter investors from LatAm bonds?
No, the yield-hunt goes on
Yes, but only retail investors
Yes, once the Fed raises rates
There was indeed a risk of losing investment grade, but thanks to the appointment of Joaquim Levy and the new fiscal targets, that risk has declined a lot
Ilan Goldfajn, Itaú-Unibanco
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