Mexico prints 30-year bonds in swap

Mexico prints 30-year bonds in swap

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Bonds Debt Fixed Income Capital Markets

Mexico's central bank said the government sold MXN12.5 billion ($622 million) worth of new 30-year notes as part of a bond swap in the local market. The government issued Mbonos due in 2053 at a price of MXN87.79145 each and a yield of 9.19%, Banxico, as the central bank is known, said in a statement on Wednesday. It issued the notes in exchange for MXN11.6 billion in Mbonos due in 2027, 2042 and 2047, according to Banxico. Bondholders also tendered notes due March 2026 and May 2029, but the gov

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