Samstag, 21. Januar 2017
The move by the investors, who include Franklin Templeton and New York-based hedge fund Greylock Capital Management LLC, came two weeks after the government said it needed to restructure around $2 billion of foreign debt, including the Eurobonds, which were sold barely six months ago in a swap for more expensive debt owed by a state tuna-fishing business known as Ematum. Yields on the sovereign securities, due in January 2023, soared by more than 900 basis points to almost 25 percent and overtook Venezuela’s to become the highest in the world.
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