Ghana Eurobonds fall after report government poised to request debt relief

Credit: REUTERS/Luc Gnago

JOHANNESBURG, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Ghana's sovereign dollar-denominated bonds fell on Thursday after Reuters reported exclusively the government was poised to request debt relief via the G20 Common Framework process, which has been criticised for its glacial pace.

The west Africa nation's Eurobonds fell as much as 1 cent in the dollar after Reuters' Wednesday report, with the 2035 maturity down the most - by 1.013 cents to 36.217 cents at 0900 GMT XS2115141751=TE.

(Reporting by Rachel Savage Editing by Mark Potter)


The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.

More Related Articles

Info icon

This data feed is not available at this time.

Sign up for Smart Investing to get the latest news, strategies and tips to help you invest smarter.