Slovenia picked banks to organize international bond investor meetings, a day after scooping up twice the targeted amount in a domestic debt sale and easing pressure on the country to ask for an international bailout.
Latvia, which wants to join the euro region next year, will become increasingly attractive for Russians seeking to redirect investments from crisis-struck Cyprus, according to pan-Baltic investment bank Trigon Capital.
Codelco, Chile’s state-owned copper producer, is poised to narrow BHP Billiton Ltd.’s lead in the bond market even as it prepares the biggest investment plan since dictator Augusto Pinochet created the company in 1976.
Richard Segal, director of emerging markets at Knight Libertas Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about emerging and European debt markets including Ireland and Argentina. Fox also comments on the day's stock trading.
Venezuelan debt returned the most in emerging markets this month as investors boosted holdings of the oil producer’s bonds on speculation President Hugo Chavez’s deteriorating health will prevent him from seeking re-election.
Argentina’s billionaire Eskenazi family is in talks on funding alternatives for more than $2 billion of loans used to acquire a stake in YPF SA after the government decided to nationalize the oil producer.
Serbia’s borrowing costs climbed to the highest since February 2011 after the government in its first auction since the Socialist Party of Slobodan Milosevic asked to form a government and as the country faces its biggest month of debt redemptions this year.