RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's domestic corporate debt issuance market is growing again after last year's collapse.
It seems to be a return to the glory days of a few years ago, when credit funds were among the fastest-growing investments, as Brazilians turned away from savings and government bonds in search of yield. That market came to a halt last year when the coronavirus took hold and credit fund shareholders rushed to withdraw money.
This year, the sale of corporate debt paper is up 70% over the same period in 2020, according to Bloomberg figures, with investors . . .