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Peru hires banks for possible sale of bonds in euro and dollar

(Bloomberg) – The Republic of Peru began trading a possible offering of bonds denominated in euros and dollars, following a series of debt issues from countries around the world.The nation commissioned banks to organize a series of calls with investors fixed income in Asia, Europe and the United States, according to a person familiar with the matter. A deal of bonds denominated in euros and dollars with intermediate to long maturities could be made subject to market conditions, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the details are private. Governments around the world have issued debt in international markets. to finance stimulus spending amid the pandemic. Pakistan and the Philippines are among emerging economies planning to place global bonds after issuers from Greece to Mexico hit the market this year amid strong demand for credit. The result of Peru’s 2021 presidential election and fiscal consolidation are factors. key when evaluating your credit rating, Fitch Ratings said in December. The comments came after Fitch downgraded the outlook for Peru for the first time in nearly two decades amid congressional spending measures. The South American country last month submitted an issuance record to sell up to $ 11 billion in debt securities. in US dollars or other currencies, based on a regulatory filing. Peru’s debt law of 2021 allows the Government to assume US $ 742 million of debt in foreign currency to finance its budget deficit Original Note: Peru Hires Banks for Possible Offering of Euro, Dollar Bonds (1) For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source. © 2021 Bloomberg LP

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