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Monday, 11 December 2017

Paul Kilby' s stories

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  • Bucket with the colours of Argentina's national flag

    Argentina highly exposed to risk sentiment: report

    Ticker | 08 August 2017

    Argentina’s dependence on foreign bond sales to finance deficits makes it one of the emerging market countries most exposed to risk sentiment, CreditSights said in a report this week.

  • Argentina's Cordoba launches US$510m bond

    Ticker | 22 February 2017

    The Province of Cordoba launched US$510m 7.5-year bond on Wednesday, coming with its second debt sale in less than a year as it sought to attend to upcoming maturities.

  • Banorte debuts AT1 issue

    Emerging Markets | 30 June 2017

    Banorte, rated A3/BBB+/BBB+, led the charge on a busy Thursday in the Latin American primary market last week as three issuers rushed to print US$1.8bn of bonds ahead of the long weekend in the US.

  • Could JBS bonds face a change of control?

    Ticker | 15 September 2017

    Would a change of control put be triggered on JBS bonds if Wesley Batista is forced to step down as CEO? Covenant Review addressed the matter in a new report on Friday.

  • Credit buoyed by a "presidential" Trump and growth hopes

    Ticker | 01 March 2017

    Credit markets rallied Wednesday on what market participants described as a very “presidential” speech by Donald Trump and optimism about the strengthening US economy which looks likely to trigger an imminent rate hike by the Federal Reserve.

  • People walk in front of the Petrobras University building in Rio de Janeiro

    EM credit tops performance charts

    Capital City | 28 November 2012

    With the support of strong inflows and insufficient supply, despite record issuance, emerging market corporates have outperformed in 2012, beating most markets across the globe and luring a broader array of investors into an increasingly mainstream asset class.

  • ENAP makes debut in 30-year space

    Emerging Markets | 15 September 2017

    National oil company ENAP pulled the trigger on a debut US$600m 30-year bond last week, as the region’s primary markets swung into action.

  • An Argentina fan at the 2015 Rugby World Cup

    High financing needs still leave Argentina vulnerable: BAML

    Ticker | 13 September 2017

    While Argentina’s macro outlook has improved considerably, the sovereign’s high funding needs still leave it vulnerable, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts said in a report released on Wednesday.

  • A dog walks past a gas station with the logo of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA in Caracas, Venezuela,

    Investors shrug off missed payments on PDVSA debt

    Top News | 25 November 2016

    PDVSA’s debt woes took another strange twist last week, as investors barely blinked at news that the Venezuelan state-owned oil company had missed US$404m in coupon payments.

  • Drum Queen Sheron Menezes of Portela samba school participates in the annual Carnival parade in Rio

    LatAm junk names test limits

    Top News | 12 May 2017

    Latin American junk bonds are back in vogue, as some of the region’s hairier credits try their luck among investors willing to travel down the credit spectrum.

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