Definitions for past due
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The Argentine-law exchange bonds are important, they are performing bonds and offer a better barometer of risk than New York and English law bonds, which trade with accrued and past due interest.
They are performing bonds and offer a better barometer of risk than New York and English law bonds, which trade with accrued and past due interest, if these local-law bonds also enter default it will become more complicated to analyze valuations in Argentina.
Larger new-issue premiums impact future bond pricing to a greater extent than we have seen in the past, due to the illiquidity in the secondary market, the existing secondary curve can widen because of a larger new-issue premium and the result is wider pricing points when an issuer or one of its peers seeks to return to the market.
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