Colombia completes new bond swap

Colombia completes new bond swap

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Colombia exchanged COP3.4 trillion ($899 million) in bonds that mature next year for later-dated notes in its fourth debt swap this year, the finance ministry said in a press release. The government swapped February 2023 inflation-linked UVR notes for a similar amount of UVR and peso-denominated bonds, according to the ministry. The new notes included COP1.7 trillion of 3.5% 2025 UVR bonds that accounted for 53% of the new bonds issued. The ministry also sold peso notes due in August 2026 and UV

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