Venezuelan Bonds Advance to 13-Month High on Maduro Exit ReportBy
Former Caracas mayor said Maduro allies want him to resign
International pressure for negotiated settlememt is building
Venezuelan bonds surged to their highest level in 13 months after a politician linked to the government said that President Nicolas Maduro may be negotiating his departure.
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