Puerto Rico Insurers Seek Talks to Avert Next Major Bond DefaultBy
CEOs of Assured Guaranty and Ambac want more discussions
Puerto Rico owes $805 million on general obligations July 1
Puerto Rico’s bond insurers are urging the commonwealth to negotiate with creditors as speculation increases that the island will default July 1 for the first time on its general-obligation debt.
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