Fitch: Issuance of Sovereign Bonds Provides Economic Stability for Peru

The result of this issuance underpins the credibility of the Peruvian economy among international investors, although there are still challenges that the country, and the Government in particular, have to face.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The issuance of Peruvian bonds equivalent to US$4 (R$21.6) billion, including one due in 101 years, shows the country's macroeconomic strength, which was a key factor for this successful operation, Director of Sovereigns for the Americas at Fitch Ratings Kelli Bissett-Tom affirmed on Thursday, November 26th.

"This issuance confirms Peru's macroeconomic solvency and generates market stability expectations about the administration of . . .

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