NYTimes.com: Venezuela Staves Off Default, but Low Oil Prices Pose a Threat

As of 4/17, Venezuelan Bonds or Bolivars are 36 cents to the dollar. We predicted 3 years ago they would eventually be worth 0 if those who claim they have them for sale don’t move like they have a sense of urgency. Enter the keyword BOND BUYER or DOCUMENTS REQUIRED in the search bar to the right side of this blog feed. It’s unfortunate that 99% of those who claim they have them are all talk and no common sense in hiring an IR firm if you expect us to do any work.

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Venezuela Staves Off Default, but Low Oil Prices Pose a Threat

By CLIFFORD KRAUSS

With dwindling reserves and political turmoil, the government is juggling assets and leaning on its American subsidiary, Citgo, to meet payment needs.

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