Thursday, 22 March 2018

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  • YPF

    YPF sounds banks on international bond

    Top News | 21 July 2012

    Argentine oil concern YPF is sounding out banks about a possible international bond deal as it looks to cover growing capex needs after the government nationalised the company this year in an effort to force greater investment in production.

  • YPF

    YPF runs with bulls

    Top News | 21 March 2014

    YPF bonds may trade excessively tight to a sovereign still in the throes of a legal battle with holdout creditors, but the recently renationalised oil company is likely to benefit from renewed bullishness towards Argentina as it prepares to return to market with a bond offering of up to US$1bn.

  • YPF

    YPF preps market-driven bond return

    Top News | 13 December 2013

    YPF is approaching investors with its first market-driven transaction in more than a decade as the oil company takes advantage of increasing optimism over the credit itself and the possibility of regime change in Argentina come the 2015 presidential elections.

  • YPF

    YPF makes unlikely statement

    Top News | 06 February 2015

    As an oil company nationalised by a government that recently defaulted on its debt, Argentina’s YPF was an unlikely candidate to come to a bond market still shaken by crumbling crude prices. But the Triple C rated borrower did just that last week, becoming one of Latin America’s first corporates to sell bon

  • A truck carrying gas canisters leaves the General Belgrano gas processing plant of YPF Gas

    YPF heard sounding out banks as it eyes possible international bond

    Capital City | 16 July 2012

    Argentine oil concern YPF is sounding out banks about a possible international bond deal as it looks to cover growing capexneeds after the government nationalised the company earlier this year.

  • With bond financing covered, Colombia can bide time

    Ticker | 31 March 2017

    With just US$500m left to raise in the international bond markets this year, Colombia can afford to bide its time amid a buoyant backdrop for emerging market sovereigns.

  • Petrobras headquarters

    Window opens for Brazil's first corporate bonds of year

    Ticker | 16 May 2016

    The Senate’s decision to put former president Dilma Rousseff on trial last week and replace her with market friendly Michel Temer has opened a bond issuance window for Brazilian borrowers seeking to take advantage of recent spread tightening.

  • Chicago Board of Trade 10-year bond options pit

    Wider credit spreads test investor nerves

    Capital City | 24 August 2015

    US corporate credit spreads widened sharply on Monday, adding to fears that fresh redemptions and a heavy new issue pipeline for September could intensify the strain on the asset class.

  • People enter and leave the headquarters building of Brazilian state oil company Petrobras in Rio de Janeiro

    Weaker commodities drive LatAm debt prices lower

    Capital City | 12 November 2015

    Concerns about weaker commodity prices were largely driving price action in Latin American debt markets on Thursday as investors started to lock in profits before year end.

  • Ecuador flag

    Weak oil prices drive Ecuador bonds down even further

    Capital City | 20 August 2015

    Ecuador bond prices fell on Thursday after US crude hit a six-year low on Thursday, exacerbating fears about the oil exporter’s ability to pay its debt.

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