Mexico adds to bond sale after switch

Mexico adds to bond sale after switch

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Bonds Debt Fixed Income ESG Sustainable Development Bonds Capital Markets Mexico United States

Mexico said it added $404 million worth of new notes to the sale of 2033 bonds after a switch tender offer for debt that matures between 2034 and 2061, according to a press release. The country priced $1.8 billion in 4.875% 2033 bonds on Monday, making the entire transaction worth $2.2 billion, it said in the press release. BBVA, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Natixis were the bookrunners, it added. Demand for the new sustainable bonds reached $6.99 billion, or 3.2 times the amount issued, with ord

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