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Despite its bankruptcy filing, Puerto Rico (PZA) (PWZ) has the option to negotiate with its creditors outside the court. It could go through a...
The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) has agreed to a new debt deal with its creditors, but the U.S. territory is still teetering on the...
Puerto Rico, which is saddled with $74 billion in debt, filed for what could be the biggest local government bankruptcy by far in US history. The...
I own $200,000 of the last issue of Commonwealth GOs. I expected the Commonwealth to default on some debt because the amount of principal and...
MAYAGUEZ, Puerto Rico — The economic crisis afflicting Puerto Rico for the last decade has also taken a toll on the island's only zoo, with...
(Bloomberg) Prices of bonds from Puerto Rico's record $3.5 billion municipal junk offering in 2014 are tumbling to fresh lows. The general...
Various civic and religious organizations came together on April 3 for a mass vigil to call for an audit of Puerto Rico's public debt, which has...
Puerto Rico declared a form of bankruptcy protection this week that puts it in uncharted territory for U.S. governments and municipal finance.
Puerto Rico, reeling from a debt crisis lasting more than a year, reached an agreement Monday that should set the stage for meaningful talks with its...
A bid by Puerto Rico's general obligation bondholders to join its official committee of unsecured creditors risks creating a dangerous "fox...
The situation of Puerto Rico's debt continues to develop following the decision by the Puerto Rican government and Financial Oversight ...
The legal brawl over Puerto Rico's bankruptcy begins this week, and it will be long and ugly. The pain might be worth something if the island...
May 1 marks the end of the freeze of lawsuits against Puerto Rico, and it is quickly approaching. Bondholders are fighting to be first in line to be...
The unprecedented step to appeal to the federal judicial system to restructure the Puerto Rican public debt
They argue that the Government issued debt unconstitutionally