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The pact would have a “detrimental effect on consumers”
(Adds background on PREPA debt talks) By Nick BrownNEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) - Creditors of Puerto Rico's struggling power authority, ...
Puerto Rico bonds are trading near record lows, but that doesn't mean they're not worth even less. The island triggered the start of the...
By Nick BrownMay 17 (Reuters) - Puerto Rico on Wednesday will face investors for the first time in a bankruptcy court, as it kicks off the biggest...
Law360, New York (July 13, 2017, 6:31 PM EDT) -- The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the directors of a failed Puerto Rico bank it is suing over...
The Swiss firm, which has faced more than 75% of the claims related to Puerto Rico municipal bonds, has paid at least $205.6 million in settlements...
Puerto Rico seeks title III bankruptcy protection for COFINA debt ... that was part of the Puerto Rico rescue law passed last year known as PROMESA.
WASHINGTON - Puerto Rico's Governor is asking Congress to extend protections against debt lawsuits as the island charts a path for economic ...
By Philip ScipioNEW YORK, May 19 (IFR) - Puerto Rico creditors that are owed roughly US$74bn took their brawl into federal court last week as the ...
(Reuters) - U.S. mutual funds that held onto Puerto Rican debt as its economy crept toward collapse could get drawn into battles that pit their own...
Puerto Rico bondholders at a meeting Thursday sought substantially better terms from the Puerto Rico Oversight Board and government, according to ...
Wall Street investment banks issued hundreds of Puerto Rico municipal bonds to take advantage of the triple feature that made the Caribbean Island...
On May 3, Puerto Rico declared a type of special type of debt restructuring in a move to keep the multitude of lawsuits filed against it by its...
The report notes that the island faces a $1.3 billion debt payment in February, when a temporary debt moratorium imposed this year by the U.S...
Court does not allow UPR retirees to have a representative either