Investors hold tight despite political upheaval in Peru

Investors hold tight despite political upheaval in Peru

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Most bond investors are holding on to their investments in Peru, even though political tensions have been mounting between President Martín Vizcarra and the opposition-led Congress, a sign of how the country's fiscal and institutional stability are not clouding the outlook for returns. Ray Zucaro, chief investment officer at RVX Asset Management in Florida, said he is not going to sell. "Fiscally, Peru is one of the better run economies in Latin America, and for a fixed-income investor that is t

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