Report Date: April 15, 2014 High energy costs have been widely blamed as one of the key reasons for Puerto Rico’s current economic struggles. As the island’s monopolistic source of power generation, transmission and distribution, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) has found itself becoming one of the most prominent targets for restructuring among […]

Tobacco Bonds And Fiscal Gimmickry

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Strikes Down Teacher Pension Reform

Bond Insurers’ Breakthrough Settlement in Detroit

PR March 2014 Revenues Fall Short of Estimates In Most Categories

Energy Futures Defaults On Muni Pollution Control Bonds

Puerto Rico’s Retail Trading Mess

According to EMMA, an institutional-size block traded this morning (3/21/14) at 92.75. The deal originally came came at 93.

PR Expected To Return To Wall St With $2 Billion Financing Should be for COFINA and the new COFIM.