ROUNDTABLE CAPITAL MARKETS: Window watching

ROUNDTABLE CAPITAL MARKETS: Window watching

Bonds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Amid expectations of global volatility, uncertainty over global interes rates and continued emerging market outflows, Latin American borrowers will be heavily concentrated on finding windows of opportunity for capital markets fundraising. These were among several themes at a roundtable discussion that comprised leading investors, issuers and bankers in New York in January.  Mexico was one of Latin America’s first sovereign borrowers to access dollar funding in 2016, pricing a $2.25 billion 2026 bond ahead of anticipated market volatility. The Fed lifted the federal funds rate target to between 0.25% to 0.5%, from 0% to 0.25% in December last year, citing stronger employment figures. The Fe

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