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We Haven’t Hit Bottom Yet

Jobs are in short supply in Costa Rica as a result of low levels of investment while sales of goods and services are dwindling; Risk of investing in Costa Rica increases due to weak public finances, according to Moody's Investors Service. Even a small increase...

Price of the dollar continues to rise, already hits ¢600 at banks

The price of the dollar exchange continues to rise and the sale value at state banks close to ¢600, it is above that at some of the private banks. This morning, the Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR) - Central Bank - set the sell...

Costa Rica Treasury Issues US$514 million in Bonds

In the local market, an issuance was made of a fixed-rate security with maturity in November 2021 and 216 billion in securities in colones, with terms ranging from 2020 to 2029. In a statement, the Ministry of Finance reported that "...The issue in colones raised...

Costa Rica: A Step Backwards for Debt Issuance

Arguing that the financial conditions and the term of the operation were not adequate, the Ministry of Finance has decided not to issue $1,5 billion in debt bonds in the local market. The announcement was made by the Ministry of Finance through a Relevant Fact...

Costa Rica Stock Market Activity Shrinking

The failure of the Central Government's latest effort sell bonds on the local financial market leads analysts to believe stock market activity in the country is shrinking. On Wednesday, December 13, the Ministerio de Hacienda failed to raise the needed ¢80 billion colones to pay...

Costa Rica Dollar Exchange Falling

In the last three months, the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against the national currency, the Colón, in the wholesale Monex market dropped from an average of ¢580 per dollar at the beginning of September, to ¢566 on November 27. The main reason behind...

Costa Rica Casts Its Net Wider for Investment as Deficit Widens

Q24N via Washington Post (Bloomberg) -- Costa Rica is looking to the vast reserves of the United Arab Emirates’s sovereign wealth funds to boost investment in the Central American nation, President Luis Guillermo Solis said, a year after failing to convince the Chinese to...

Another Blow To Costa Rica’s Credit Standing

(QCOSTARICA) JP Morgan Chase, the largest bank in the United States, is advising its investors hold less Costa Rica bonds in their portfolios due to the high risk. In its report of each country, the JP Morgan EMBI Global Index downgraded Costa Rica bonds from...

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