Macroeconomy/Finance

Argentine bonds fall as BA province extends creditor deadline

Argentine bonds dipped on Wednesday as the provincial government in Buenos Aires was forced to extend until Jan. 31 a deadline for creditors to agree or reject a plan to delay a $250 million bond repayment originally due on Jan. 26. Prices for Argentina’s over-the-counter (OTC) bonds were down on average around 1.3%, while Buenos Aires bonds fell across the board, led by a 3.5 point drop in the 2021 bond.

Source: El Economista