Puerto Rico Debt Crisis: A Bond Guide as Potential Defaults Loom

  • Commonwealth faces $500 million cash shortfall in June
  • Government Development Bank owes $354 million in December

Pedestrians walk along Calle Fortaleza in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Aug. 14.

Photographer: Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg

Puerto Rico will begin sitting down with creditors in the next few weeks after the financially stressed commonwealth said it’s short about $13 billion needed for bond payments in the next five years.

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