Panama to Issue $ 600 Million in Bonds

During 2011 the Government will issue up to $ 600 million in Treasury Notes to finance the deficit and meet debt maturities.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Alberto Vallarino, Minister of Economy and Finance, explained that the deficit for 2011 is planned at $ 436 million, but could grow as a result of national emergencies.

In addition to approving the issuance, the National Economic Council approved a credit of $ 500 million with Banco Nacional de Panama.



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The Ministry of Finance will be receiving bids for a minimum amount of $400 million in the local market, and the minimum issuance term will be five years.

The relevant fact published by the Ministry of Finance details that debt securities, which will pay out a fixed interest rate, will be sold through stock exchanges and banks in the local market, which can then be bought by foreign entities to sell them to international investors. 

Honduras Pays More Than 12% to Place Sovereign Bonds

December 2013

A nominal rate of 8.75% plus the devaluation of the Lempira -estimated 3.5% this year, will be paid for the $500 million placed in the international market.

After several negotiations with investors the country managed to place $500 million in sovereign bonds in the foreign securities market, said the chief of the Finance Ministry, Wilfredo Cerrato.

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.

Nicaragua to Issue $5 Million in Debt

March 2010

The Nicaraguan Treasury announced it will issue $5 million bonds in the local market on March 10th.

The entity had successfully completed a $4 million placement on the last week of February.

From Capitales.com: “the price of the bonds will be defined by a public auction. Interested stock brokerages and financial institutions can bid through the electronic auction system of the Central Bank of Nicaragua”.

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