Bullish Chavez Bond Trade Has TCW’s Foley Beating Emerging PeersYe Xie
In June 2010, when Venezuela’s economy was mired in recession, inflation was accelerating and President Hugo Chavez was shutting currency trading, Penny Foley scooped up bonds of state-run Petroleos de Venezuela SA as they sank below 60 cents on the dollar.
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