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  • Staying close to home

    Emerging Markets | 17 August 2012

    With most of its international financing done for 2012, Pemex will largely focus on domestic markets and the refinancing of a US$1.25bn loan facility, but it may consider yen and euro offerings alongside its standard dollar forays in 2013, Mauricio Alazraki, the company’s funding manager, tells IFR.

  • CAF maintains momentum from Moody's upgrade

    Emerging Markets | 10 August 2012

    With the vast majority of its US$2.5bn funding needs covered this year, Latin American development bank Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF) is considering a broad range of options to raise the remaining US$300m. Sterling, Australian dollars, loans and a tap of outstanding bonds are all possibilities as the regional development bank seeks

  • Bankers braced for surge in Brazilian local DCM

    Emerging Markets | 28 July 2012

    Activity in Brazil’s local bond market is set to surge as big corporate issuers stick closer to home, where falling rates and greater accessibility arguably make borrowing easier and more attractive than in an international market that has been opening and closing in quick response to headline risk from Europe.

  • Markets upbeat on Mexico

    Emerging Markets | 20 July 2012

    Mexico has seen a spurt of optimism after PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto’s presidential election victory on July 1, as markets bet on an end to the stalemate over reforms and a reversal to the slow growth that has plagued the economy in recent years.

  • LatAm activity on the rise

    Loans | 20 July 2012

    Deals sizes are relatively small, but activity in the Latin American loan market is picking up, with more than US$1.5bn worth of transactions emerging over the past week or so.

  • Brazilian market sees demand discrepancies

    Emerging Markets | 29 June 2012

    A hunt for yield and outflows from mutual funds have upset the balance of demand for local debenture issues in Brazil, where large institutional investors are snapping up longer-dated paper in an effort to meet return targets in a declining interest-rate environment.

  • US Court rejects Vitro restructuring plans

    Emerging Markets | 15 June 2012

    A US bankruptcy judge on Wednesday refused to enforce the release of subsidiary guarantees of Vitro’s restructuring plans in what market participants consider to be an important victory for the holdouts in the ensuing battle between the troubled Mexican glassmaker and holdout creditors.

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    Pemex in talks for refi

    Loans | 15 June 2012

    State-owned Pemex is looking for a US dollar revolving credit facility, with market participants saying the oil giant has received proposals from several banks.

  • Political risk brings sense of urgency

    Emerging Markets | 08 June 2012

    Mexico’s local debt capital market pipeline is quickly growing ahead of the July 1 general elections as uncertainty over political risk increases in the wake of polls showing leftist Andres Lopez Obrador making gains against PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto.

  • Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the PRD, greets supporters as he arrives to a rally

    Political risk brings urgency to Mexico's local DCM

    Capital City | 05 June 2012

    Mexico’s local debt capital market pipeline is quickly growing ahead of the July 1 general elections as uncertainty over political risks increase in the wake of polls showing leftist Andres Lopez Obrador making gains against PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto.

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