January 22, 2020 |
Colombia rolled out a two-part bond sale for $1.65 billion on Tuesday, marketing $1.35 billion in new 10-year notes and looking to add $300 million to its 5.2% 2049 notes, market sources told LatinFinance.
Working with BBVA, Goldman Sachs and Scotiabank, the sovereign issuer launched the new 2030s at 135 basis points over US Treasury notes and put the spread on the reopening at 173 basis points over US Treasury notes.
Earlier in the day, Colombia opened the initial price talk for the new 10-year
Sovereign issuer launches a two-part deal for $1.65 bln, looking to print $1.35 bln in new 10-year notes and add $300 mln to its 2049s