Energy transition, nearshoring spur bond demand in Mexico

Energy transition, nearshoring spur bond demand in Mexico

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Rising inflation and interest rates, combined with the war in Ukraine, have led to "high volatility" and made it more "complicated" to issue bonds in the Mexican market, but investors have not lost their appetite for local debt, Jorge Arce, CEO of HSBC in Mexico, told LatinFinance. "We are seeing a lot of appetite for paper from Mexican debt issuers and surely, when the capital markets reopen, we will also see people placing capital," Arce said in an interview. Mexico remains attractive to local

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