NEW YORK, March 19 (IFR) - The Republic of Peru has launched a US$545m reopening of its 5.625% 2050 bonds at the final spread of 220bp over US Treasuries, according to market sources.
Final terms came at the tight end of the guidance range of 225bp area (+/- 5bp) over US Treasuries and tight to initial price thoughts of 237.5bp area.
The transaction will bring the size of the 2050 note to US$2.545bn.
BBVA, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley are the lead managers on the deal, which is expected to price later on Thursday.
Reporting by Sudip Roy and Paul Kilby; Writing by Davide Scigliuzzo; Editing by Marc Carnegie