El Salvador Sells $200 Million in Bonds

The operation, conducted in the local market, will help finance the country’s “Program for Supporting Social Policies”.

Friday, June 18, 2010

The 15-year securities will pay an interest rate of 6.7%, informed the treasury ministry.

“According to the institution, the issue was mostly bought by ‘small, individual investors’, who acquired the bonds through stock brokers; other purchasers were Retirement Funds”, reported Elsalvador.com.

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Costa Rica: Treasury Issues $1,904 million of Domestic Debt

July 2011

The treasury has issued 2% less bonds than planned, due to poor investor appetite for these securities.

In the first six months of the year, the Ministry of Finance intended to raise ¢975 billion ($ 1.933 billion) in the local market. However, poor demand for securities in national currency has forced the agency to aim for a figure slightly lower than projected.

Guatemala Issues $50 million in bonds

April 2011

The Ministry of Public Finance has placed more than $50 million in dollars and quetzals on the market.

The treasury bonds have been issued both in quetzales and dollars, each for various time periods.

A report by Byron Dardón to La Prensa Libre states: "Of the total registered bonds, 81.8% are from the private sector and 18.2% from the public sector .

El Salvador Issues $ 653 Million in Bonds

January 2011

The Salvadoran government placed $ 653 million in bonds in the international market on January 25 .

The acquisition was announced at 9:30 am local time (10:30 New York time) and three hours later, demand had reached $ 1,628.9 million, more than double the amount offered by El Salvador, reflecting the strong international interest in acquiring the Salvadorans bonds.

El Salvador Issues Bonds for $800 million

November 2012

The issuance of Eurobonds, maturing in 2025, was placed on the New York Stock Exchange.

The operation received offers for $3 billion, and the final rate of return stood at 5.875%.

"For the Ministry of Finance and the financial agent the Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador (BCR), the placement of the $800 Eurobonds in the international market was "successful " because it was carried out in one operation.

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