Earlier this summer Petroleo Brasileiro SA (a/k/a Petrobras) sold 100-year bonds. However, what seemed like a move in the right direction for Petrobras, may have been a major misstep for investors.
According to www.bloomberg.com, “Since the $2.5 billion offering, the bonds have tumbled 15 percent. That’s four times the average loss for emerging-market company debt.”
In addition, Petrobras had its credit rating cut to junk by Standard & Poor’s. Pimco, Fidelity, and Capital Group appear to be the largest holders of Petrobras’s century bonds.
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