Peru charts record low yields on latest bond sale

Peru charts record low yields on latest bond sale

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Peru achieved record low yields on its latest bond sale on Thursday, less than two months after President Martín Vizcarra dissolved Congress and scheduled elections for January next year.The country issued PEN10 billion ($2.96 billion) in local-currency bonds, reopening its 2034 notes at 4.95%, or 45 basis points below the previous record low yield of 5.4% when it first printed the bonds in June, and selling new 2040 notes at 5.35%, José Olivares, the head of financial markets at the Ministry of

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