Holders of Oleg Bakhmatyuk’s dollar bonds have no shortage of causes for concern as Ukraine’s egg king battles with the fallout from a swooning currency, questions on governance and insurgency in the country’s east.
Argentina, locked out of overseas markets since its record $95 billion default in 2001, took another step toward a return to selling international bonds by agreeing to repay its debt to the Paris Club.
Kenya pushed ahead with the sale of its first Eurobond, appointing banks to market the deal in the U.S. and Europe as it bets a spate of bombings won’t deter investors from East Africa’s biggest economy.
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.
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.