November 26, 2018 |
Colombia and Peru, along with Ecuador and the Dominican Republic, could get the sovereign bond market going next year, LatinFinance has heard.
"Sovereigns in general will be very active in the beginning of the year," said a debt capital markets banker in New York. "Colombia is likely to come, and Peru is coming back. Ecuador is looking for liability management, and the Dominican Republic also wants to do a deal."
Mexico is unlikely to test the bond market because investors are still spooked by
Peru will likely resurrect a delayed offer from earlier this month, while Colombia could take advantage of market conditions to sell more debt, a source says