Mexico sets guidance for samurai bonds

Mexico sets guidance for samurai bonds

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Mexico has set pricing guidance for a sustainable bond sale in the Japanese market, dropping a tranche in the now five-part deal after talking to investors, a source involved in the transaction told LatinFinance on Wednesday. The sovereign issuer has set the guidance for three-year bonds at 90 basis points over the Tokyo Overnight Average Rate, or Tonar, and 110 basis points for five-year notes. It also put the spread at 147 basis points for 10-year bonds and 170 basis points for 15-year bonds.

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