June 2, 2020 |
Colombia said on Monday that it sold $2.5 billion worth of bonds in a two-part deal that was more than five times oversubscribed.
The sovereign issuer sold $1 billion in new 2031 bonds at 99.637 with a coupon of 3.125% to yield 3.165%, or 250 basis points over US Treasury notes. It also priced $1.5 billion worth of 2051 bonds at 98.676 with a coupon of 4.125% to yield 4.202%, or 275 basis points over US Treasuries. It is expected to settle the new notes on June 4.
Investors placed more than $1
Sovereign issuer fields $13 bln in orders for a two-part deal with 10- and 30-year notes