Colombia carries out another debt swap

Colombia carries out another debt swap

Debt Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Bonds Capital Markets Colombia

The Colombian government has exchanged COP2.6 trillion ($641 million) worth of peso-denominated and inflation-linked bonds that mature next year for longer-dated notes in its second local debt swap in a month. The finance ministry swapped the inflation-linked TES notes due in February 2023 for inflation-linked bonds that come due in 2035 and 2037 as well as peso-denominated TES notes due in 2042, according to information posted on Twitter on Friday by César Arias, the head of public debt at the

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