November 19, 2020 |
Brazil expects to keep most of its debt issuance in local currency in the coming year, but will likely see either US dollar or euro-denominated issues as its only diversification away from the real, the nation’s head of public credit said on Thursday.
“We should do something in the dollar market, even this year or early next year. Next year, also, a euro-denominated deal. But this is more a future one, so we must prepare a roadshow. But we are open for business,” said ,” Jose Franco Medeiros de
Brazil could issue US dollar-denominated bond in last month of 2020 or early 2021; considering euro-denominated debt in H12021