|Bid||116.33 x 300|
|Ask||116.34 x 39600|
|Day's Range||116.10 - 116.45|
|52 Week Range||107.74 - 117.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.40%|
Venezuela may be running on fumes and U.S. sanctions may hurt, but the government coughed up $185 million to pay the coupon on a bond maturing in 2027, according to several reports. It was five days late, and many investors fear that Venezuela could default on its debts. Of course, it's not clear if the government's future tense meant that it would have the resources today, or until the end of time.
Eurasia Group says increased financial strain in Venezuela caused by latest round of U.S. sanctions could result in the restart of dialogue between the government and the opposition. Citing recent U.S. sanctions that limit trade in Venezuelan debt, President Donald Trump , at the United Nations Tuesday, condemned Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro's government for imposing socialism and circumventing democratic processes. Eurasia Group analysts Risa Grais-Targow and Agata Ciesielska expect dialogue to resume between the Venezuelan government and opposition, with international pressure likely to result in more pronounced financial strain for the already-struggling nation.
A lot of stocks listed in emerging economies are are having banner years. But not all of them.