January 23, 2019 |
Bolivia could issue a bond in the coming months to meet its growing financing needs and take advantage of the rising demand for sovereign debt from Latin America, LatinFinance has heard.
"They haven't done anything for almost two years, so they could decide to do a bond soon," said a debt capital markets banker in New York.
Bolivia could come to the bond market after Brazil, Chile and Paraguay, which are expected to roll out cross-border bonds in the first quarter this year. The spreads on those
Sovereign issuer may have to pay a higher spread than its last cross-border issue almost two years ago, sources say