Nicaragua: Government Bonds Pay Up to 8%

The capital market in Nicaragua is offering more and better investments with better returns than months ago.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Yields paid on investments in debt securities in the Nicaraguan local market have attracted the interest of investors. In the first three months of the year 29% more stock market transactions were made than in the same period in 2013.

"The last placement of nearly 7.10 million (Ministry of Finance) had a 7.98% yield. We're talking about nearly eight percent as the amount these bonds are being placed at, where else in Central America are you going to get these rates of interest from a government institution," says Eduardo Ortega, CEO of Invercasa Stock Brokerage firm."

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