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Latin America’s primary markets heat up – Standard Bank taps Namibian debt market – Oman seals US$2.5bn dual-tranche bond – Saudi Arabia’s housing ministry plans sukuk for real estate fund

Jun 9, 2016 // 5:29PM

Fibra Uno has reopened US$200mn of its 2026 senior unsecured bonds yielding 5.15% and US$300mn of its senior unsecured 2044 bonds yielding 6.86%

Ecopetrol announced the sale of US$500mn notes due 2023 yielding 5.875%. The notes were oversubscribed by 3.4X. HSBC and Band of America Merrill Lynch coordinated the sale

Saudi Arabia’s housing ministry is looking to issue sukuk for its real estate fund

Mexico sold JPY45.9bn of three-year notes at a yield of 0.4%

Standard Bank raised NAD700mn in 5-year bonds in the Namibian local currency market

Oman raised US$2.5bn in 5 and 10-year notes

CEMEX announced 144A/RegS €400mn in senior unsecured notes due 2024 yielding 4.625%

Cosan is roadshowing this week ahead of a potential dollar bond. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bradesco, Citigroup, HSBC, Itau and Santander are coordinating the sale

The Province of Buenos Aires issued US$1bn in new bonds: US$500mn in 3-year notes yielding 5.75% and US$500mn in 10-year notes yielding 7.87%. The province claims it is the lowest rate it has achieved on comparable notes yet.

Vale issued US$1.25bn in 5-year bonds yielding 5.875%.

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