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Goldman Sachs studied credit rating changes in the largest emerging markets and concludes they often do not mean much. Indeed, last week, Moody's Investors Service lowered its debt rating on China and ...
VanEck announced today its regular distributions per share for the VanEck Vectors® municipal income and income-oriented exchange-traded funds.
Investors can buy some Venezuela government-tied bonds at one third their face value, despite the risk of imminent financial collapse that could lead to a debt default. Venezuela's Latin American neighbors, its energy overseers as a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and the United States all benefiting from Venezuela's crippled oil production with a glut of global oil. As I noted in my April 29 Barron's emerging markets column on Venezuela bonds: "Venezuela scraped together $2.1 billion to pay creditors in April, but has another big payment, $3.5 billion, coming due in October and November. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that Goldman Sachs purchased bonds issued by the state-controlled Petroleos de Venezuela or Pdvsa, the crippled oil producer.