Puerto Rican Debt Investors Could Take 50% HaircutMark Melin
The clock is ticking on Puerto Rican debt restructuring, with a February deadline looming and the potential for variable investor haircuts – potentially as high as 50% to 60% -- being considered, according to a source involved in the negotiations. The silver lining for investors may be the issuance of GDP-linked bonds that provide investors a higher return correlated to the island’s economic success.
A February deadline looms on Puerto Rican debt
With nearly $70 billion in government debt, Puerto Rico, an unincorporated . . .
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