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    TV Azteca says it has been notified of early expiry of $400 million notes

    TV Azteca said on Monday it had received notice of the intention for early expiry by holders of $400 million in notes, which are due to mature in 2024, issued by the Mexican media group. The group, which is controlled by Mexican business magnate Ricardo Salinas Pliego, had postponed a coupon payment on the notes which was due in February 2021, citing a difficult media landscape aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic. TV Azteca said in a Mexican stock exchange release that it had received the notification from Bank of New York Mellon, trustee for the noteholders.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-TV Azteca says it has been notified of early expiry of $400 mln notes

    TV Azteca said on Monday it had received notice of the intention for early expiry by holders of $400 million in notes, which are due to mature in 2024, issued by the Mexican media group. The group, which is controlled by Mexican business magnate Ricardo Salinas Pliego, had postponed a coupon payment on the notes which was due in February 2021, citing a difficult media landscape aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic. TV Azteca said in a Mexican stock exchange release that it had received the notification from Bank of New York Mellon, trustee for the noteholders.

  • Bloomberg

    UK Considers Divisive Home Loan Revolution to Rival Thatcher

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