Daily News May 4, 2016

EXCLUSIVE A bet on financing for Latin America’s millennials Over the next few weeks Ramona Ortega, a lawyer and financial expert from New York, plans to launch Midineromifuturo.com (my money, my future), a personal finance platform that she believes will change the lives of millennials in the United States and Latin America who are not being served by the traditional financial system. Latin Trade spoke with Ortega about the opportunities it presents for a market of some 125 millennials. Latin Trade reports. Venezuela’s PDVSA quietly issues new debt to pay off suppliers Venezuelan state oil firm PDVSA has issued at least $310 million in debt to companies including General Electric as it negotiates private issuances to pay off its suppliers, […]

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