Daily Brief

Nov 17, 2020 Issue

Google eyes instant payments sector in Brazil

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Brazil

WhatsApp could "soon" offer a service in the country, Central Bank head says

Moody's puts El Salvador on review for downgrade  

Capital Markets Debt Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Central American country's B3 rating, already highly speculative, is undermined by high liquidity risk, ratings agency says

Pan American returns to bond market

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Argentine oil producer seeks up to $50 mln in sale of dollar-linked bonds

Petrobras teases deep water concessions

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Gas Brazil

Brazil's state-owned oil company is selling four offshore sites in the Campos Basin off the coast of Rio de Janeiro

Azul holds enough cash for 'next five years,' CEO says

Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debenture

Brazilian airline reduced debt amortization payments by 60% through 2021, predicts strong recovery in leisure demand and e-commerce

Peru bonds slip on political uncertainty

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Turmoil pulls sol to record low as Congress appoints a new president for the second time in a week

Neuquén improves restructuring offer again

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Argentine oil-producing province wants to strike a deal by November 24

Mexico issues bonds for buyback

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Sovereign issuer prints $3.63 bln in 10- and 40-year notes after receiving $16 bln in orders

Suzano adds to 2031 sustainable notes

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Brazilian pulp and paper company raises $500 mln to repay debt

Suriname seeks breathing room for debt payments  

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

South American nation asks to defer bond payments on its 2023 and 2026 notes

Chubut reaches preliminary restructuring agreement

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Argentine province offers cash sweetener in exchange for maturity extension, interest relief

B2W pitches first cross-border bonds

Bonds Capital Markets Debt

Brazilian e-commerce company aims to raise $350 mln as it accesses a new source of funds