Latin America Economics

Latin America Chart Book

31 January, 2019

Venezuela at a tipping point

Venezuela’s sovereign dollar bonds have rallied strongly over the past few weeks as investors appear to be betting on a swift regime change and a smooth debt restructuring, but the markets risk getting ahead of themselves. Some of the latest newsflow suggests that the transition could be protracted and messy. President Maduro and key personnel within the military and state-owned oil company PDVSA have rejected amnesty in exchange for relinquishing power. Mr. Maduro has proposed discussions (mediated

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