Ecuador is setting up a roadshow with international investors to test the appetite for a sovereign bond. Despite the slight increase in oil prices, which will help the Latin American nation’s fiscal position, its credit rating will still likely demand a higher yield to attract investors.
24 Mar 2016
Buenos Aires province in Argentina has issued a dollar denominated bond, as the country slowly re-joins the international capital markets. Despite being popular amongst investors, yields remain high due to the low credit ratings that the country’s entities hold.
11 Mar 2016
Brazil is attempting to make its infrastructure bonds more attractive for investors as the country tries build up infrastructure in the midst of a recession, while simultaneously relieving some of the pressure on Brazil’s state development bank.
9 Mar 2016
Mexican corporates have and are continuing to successfully tap the international capital markets. The reason for their success in attracting investment when compared to other corporates in neighbouring Latin American countries lies in the relative resilience of the Mexican economy, not just in the region but compared to the majority of emerging markets globally.
9 Mar 2016