March 22 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina sold $2.3 billion of seven-year bonds with a 9 percent coupon in November, according to data on the website of the country’s stock exchange.
The fixed-rate securities due in 2018 aren’t listed in the Economy Ministry’s website, which was last updated on Dec. 23. The notes’ first interest payment is due May 29.
Telephone and e-mail messages seeking comment from officials at the Economy Ministry and stock exchange weren’t immediately returned.
Argentina’s latest dollar bond sale in the local market was in 2005 for $5.8 billion of debt due in 2015 with a coupon of 7 percent, according to the Economy Ministry.
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