January 23, 2020 |
Chile returned to the dollar-denominated debt market with $1.65 billion worth of green bonds on Wednesday, one day after it sold €1.96 billion ($2.17 billion) in green bonds in Europe, sources told LatinFinance.
The sovereign issuer placed $750 billion in new 2.55% 2032 notes, pricing the 12-year paper at 99.784 to yield 2.571%. It also added $900 million to its 3.53% 2050 notes at 104.277 to yield 3.275%, according to a source involved in the deal. Chile opened the initial price talk for the 1
Sovereign issuers earns $1.65 bln from a two-part debt deal one day after raising more than $2 bln from euro-denominated green bonds