December 1, 2021 |
Uruguay expects to return to the international bond market on Thursday with the sale of yen-denominated notes in a five-part deal in Asia, a source involved in the deal told LatinFinance.
The South American sovereign issuer has set the initial price guidance between 55 and 60 basis points over the Tokyo Overnight Average Rate, or Tonar, for three-year notes, between 70 and 75 basis points for five-year notes and between 85 and 90 basis points for seven-year notes, the source said.
It also put th
South American sovereign issuer pitches a yen-denominated, five-part deal with rates based on Japan's Tonar