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Security            B Px A Px      B YTM A YTM  Bench

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**Venezuela***

VENZ   5¾   16   93.000-94.000   35.418/30.901 2YR

VENZ   7     18   47.500-48.500   37.496/36.560 2YR

VENZ   13⅝  18   61.500-64.500   37.215/34.739 5YR

VENZ   7¾   19   42.750-43.750   36.368/35.499 5YR

VENZ   6     20   40.750-41.750   29.132/28.436 7YR

VENZ   12¾  22   50.500-51.500   30.363/29.778 5YR

VENZ   9     23   41.750-42.750   27.999/27.391 10YR

VENZ   8¼   24   40.750-41.750   25.263/24.712 10YR

VENZ   7.65  25   39.750-40.750   24.092/23.558 10YR

VENZ   11¾  26   47.250-48.250   26.882/26.357 10YR

VENZ   9¼   27   44.750-45.750   22.992/22.525 10YR

VENZ   9¼   28   41.750-42.750   24.223/23.704 10YR

VENZ   11.95 31   47.500-48.500   25.760/25.252 5YR

VENZ   9⅜   34   42.250-43.250   22.796/22.298 30YR

VENZ   7     38   39.250-40.250   18.388/17.960 30YR

**Corp***

PDVSA  5⅛   16   76.500-78.500   37.333/34.020 2YR

PDVSA  5¼   17   55.250-56.250   55.731/54.030 5YR

PDVSA  8½   17   60.000-61.000   40.090/38.985 3YR

PDVSA  9     21   44.750-45.750   28.959/28.334 5YR

PDVSA  12¾  22   51.750-52.750   30.426/29.840 5YR

PDVSA  6     24   37.250-38.250   23.279/22.736 7YR

PDVSA  6     26   36.750-37.750   20.900/20.415 7YR

PDVSA  5⅜   27   36.500-37.500   19.386/18.934 10YR

PDVSA  9¾   35   45.750-46.750   21.776/21.329 10YR

PDVSA  5½   37   35.750-36.750   16.421/16.019 30YR

ELECAR 8½   18   40.000-45.000   57.973/50.834 5YR

 

The prices contained herein are indicative as of the time of publication.  They do not represent firm bids and offers.  For up to date pricing please contact your Avila Capital Markets representative.

Security            B Px A Px      B YTM A YTM  Bench

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**Venezuela***

VENZ   5¾   16   89.000-90.000   44.309/40.413 2YR

VENZ   7     18   42.500-43.500   41.800/40.747 2YR

VENZ   13⅝  18   58.750-61.750   39.092/36.518 5YR

VENZ   7¾   19   38.500-39.500   39.922/38.940 5YR

VENZ   6     20   36.500-37.500   32.038/31.247 7YR

VENZ   12¾  22   46.750-47.750   32.617/31.963 5YR

VENZ   9     23   38.250-39.250   30.206/29.516 10YR

VENZ   8¼   24   37.500-38.500   27.144/26.519 10YR

VENZ   7.65  25   36.750-37.750   25.766/25.166 10YR

VENZ   11¾  26   43.750-44.750   28.873/28.272 10YR

VENZ   9¼   27   43.000-47.000   23.825/21.939 10YR

VENZ   9¼   28   38.500-39.500   26.053/25.454 10YR

VENZ   11.95 31   44.000-45.000   27.698/27.111 5YR

VENZ   9⅜   34   39.000-40.000   24.571/23.990 30YR

VENZ   7     38   35.750-36.750   20.070/19.557 30YR

**Corp***

PDVSA  5     15   99.750-100.000  92.922/4.879  1YR

PDVSA  5⅛   16   71.750-73.750   42.825/39.452 2YR

PDVSA  5¼   17   53.000-54.000   56.995/55.291 5YR

PDVSA  8½   17   72.500-73.500   27.175/26.341 3YR

PDVSA  9     21   41.000-42.000   31.301/30.600 5YR

PDVSA  12¾  22   48.750-49.750   32.166/31.530 5YR

PDVSA  6     24   35.000-36.000   24.473/23.884 10YR

PDVSA  6     26   34.500-35.500   22.010/21.478 10YR

PDVSA  5⅜   27   34.000-35.000   20.552/20.051 10YR

PDVSA  9¾   35   41.000-42.000   24.173/23.621 10YR

PDVSA  5½   37   33.500-34.500   17.403/16.949 30YR

ELECAR 8½   18   38.000-43.000   59.810/52.399 5YR

The prices contained herein are indicative as of the time of publication.  They do not represent firm bids and offers.  For up to date pricing please contact your Avila Capital Markets representative.

Security            B Px A Px      B YTM A YTM  Bench

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**Venezuela***

VENZ   5¾   16   88.750-89.750   44.653/40.799 2YR

VENZ   7     18   42.500-43.500   41.739/40.689 2YR

VENZ   13⅝  18   59.000-62.000   38.830/36.274 5YR

VENZ   7¾   19   38.750-39.750   39.638/38.666 5YR

VENZ   6     20   36.500-37.500   32.013/31.223 7YR

VENZ   12¾  22   46.750-47.750   32.610/31.956 5YR

VENZ   9     23   38.000-39.000   30.371/29.674 10YR

VENZ   8¼   24   37.250-38.250   27.299/26.668 10YR

VENZ   7.65  25   36.500-37.500   25.916/25.309 10YR

VENZ   11¾  26   43.000-44.000   29.340/28.720 10YR

VENZ   9¼   27   42.750-43.750   23.951/23.448 10YR

VENZ   9¼   28   38.250-39.250   26.202/25.597 10YR

VENZ   11.95 31   43.250-44.250   28.155/27.548 5YR

VENZ   9⅜   34   38.750-39.750   24.719/24.132 30YR

VENZ   7     38   35.750-36.750   20.070/19.557 30YR

**Corp***

PDVSA  5     15   99.750-100.000  92.922/4.879  1YR

PDVSA  5⅛   16   72.000-74.000   42.178/38.843 2YR

PDVSA  5¼   17   51.500-52.500   59.419/57.655 5YR

PDVSA  8½   17   71.500-72.500   27.970/27.124 3YR

PDVSA  9     21   41.000-42.000   31.285/30.585 5YR

PDVSA  12¾  22   49.000-50.000   31.996/31.365 5YR

PDVSA  6     24   35.500-36.500   24.167/23.589 10YR

PDVSA  6     26   35.000-36.000   21.736/21.215 10YR

PDVSA  5⅜   27   34.250-35.250   20.421/19.926 10YR

PDVSA  9¾   35   41.500-42.500   23.892/23.353 10YR

PDVSA  5½   37   34.000-35.000   17.173/16.731 30YR

ELECAR 8½   18   38.000-43.000   59.707/52.310 5YR

The prices contained herein are indicative as of the time of publication.  They do not represent firm bids and offers.  For up to date pricing please contact your Avila Capital Markets representative.

Security            B Px A Px      B YTM A YTM  Bench

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**Venezuela***

VENZ   5¾   16   88.250-89.250   46.284/42.418 2YR

VENZ   7     18   41.250-42.250   43.066/41.976 2YR

VENZ   13⅝  18   57.500-60.500   40.152/37.512 5YR

VENZ   7¾   19   37.500-38.500   40.884/39.869 5YR

VENZ   6     20   35.250-36.250   33.029/32.203 7YR

VENZ   12¾  22   45.500-46.500   33.454/32.773 5YR

VENZ   9     23   36.750-37.750   31.276/30.543 10YR

VENZ   8¼   24   36.000-37.000   28.124/27.459 10YR

VENZ   7.65  25   35.250-36.250   26.710/26.070 10YR

VENZ   11¾  26   41.250-42.250   30.488/29.821 10YR

VENZ   9¼   27   41.250-42.250   24.744/24.209 10YR

VENZ   9¼   28   36.750-37.750   27.164/26.514 10YR

VENZ   11.95 31   41.500-42.500   29.285/28.628 5YR

VENZ   9⅜   34   37.250-38.250   25.659/25.024 30YR

VENZ   7     38   34.500-35.500   20.753/20.203 30YR

**Corp***

PDVSA  5     15   99.500-100.000  93.163/4.879  1YR

PDVSA  5⅛   16   71.000-73.000   43.782/40.388 2YR

PDVSA  5¼   17   49.500-50.500   62.978/61.120 5YR

PDVSA  8½   17   69.750-70.750   29.461/28.588 3YR

PDVSA  9     21   39.750-40.750   32.186/31.455 5YR

PDVSA  12¾  22   47.500-48.500   32.976/32.315 5YR

PDVSA  6     24   34.250-35.250   24.918/24.310 10YR

PDVSA  6     26   33.750-34.750   22.417/21.867 10YR

PDVSA  5⅜   27   33.000-34.000   21.070/20.546 10YR

PDVSA  9¾   35   39.750-40.750   24.898/24.312 10YR

PDVSA  5½   37   32.750-33.750   17.761/17.287 30YR

ELECAR 8½   18   38.000-43.000   59.655/52.266 5YR

The prices contained herein are indicative as of the time of publication.  They do not represent firm bids and offers.  For up to date pricing please contact your Avila Capital Markets representative.

 Fewer Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, giving workers more reason to feel secure in their jobs. Jobless claims rose by 3,000 to 259,000 in the week ended Oct. 17, a report from the Labor Department showed on Thursday in Washington. The median forecast of 47 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for 265,000. The four-week average, a less-volatile measure, was the lowest in four decades. Claims have stayed within a historically low range in the past few months as employers retain staff to meet demand driven by steady consumer spending. At the same time, the pace of hiring has eased amid slowing overseas markets and lingering weakness in manufacturing and energy-related industries. “The trend in claims remains extremely low,” Jennifer Lee, a senior economist in Toronto for BMO Capital Markets, said before the report. “Companies aren’t laying off a lot of workers. It’s still a pretty healthy job market out there.” Economists’ estimates in the Bloomberg survey for weekly jobless claims ranged from 250,000 to 275,000. The previous week’s figure was revised to 256,000 from an initially reported 255,000. The data cover the period that the Labor Department surveys businesses and households to calculate payrolls and the jobless rate for October. The four-week moving average decreased to 263,250, the lowest since December 1973. The comparable reading for the September survey week was 272,500.

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-22/jobless-claims-in-u-s-hover-around-lowest-level-in-four-decades

Security            B Px A Px      B YTM A YTM  Bench

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**Venezuela***

VENZ   5¾   16   88.250-89.250   45.960/42.125 2YR

VENZ   7     18   41.750-42.750   42.486/41.414 2YR

VENZ   13⅝  18   58.000-61.000   39.679/37.070 5YR

VENZ   7¾   19   38.250-39.250   40.102/39.113 5YR

VENZ   6     20   36.000-37.000   32.394/31.590 7YR

VENZ   12¾  22   46.000-47.000   33.107/32.437 5YR

VENZ   9     23   37.500-38.500   30.718/30.008 10YR

VENZ   8¼   24   36.750-37.750   27.620/26.975 10YR

VENZ   7.65  25   36.000-37.000   26.221/25.601 10YR

VENZ   11¾  26   42.000-43.000   29.985/29.339 10YR

VENZ   9¼   27   42.000-43.000   24.340/23.821 10YR

VENZ   9¼   28   37.500-38.500   26.671/26.044 10YR

VENZ   11.95 31   42.250-43.250   28.789/28.154 30YR

VENZ   9⅜   34   38.000-39.000   25.179/24.569 30YR

VENZ   7     38   35.000-36.000   20.474/19.939 30YR

**Corp***

PDVSA  5     15   99.500-100.000  40.223/4.881  1YR

PDVSA  5⅛   16   71.250-73.250   43.011/39.667 2YR

PDVSA  5¼   17   50.000-51.000   61.706/59.885 5YR

PDVSA  8½   17   70.000-71.000   29.213/28.345 3YR

PDVSA  9     21   40.250-41.250   31.809/31.091 5YR

PDVSA  12¾  22   48.000-49.000   32.638/31.987 5YR

PDVSA  6     24   35.250-36.250   24.306/23.723 10YR

PDVSA  6     26   34.500-35.500   21.999/21.467 10YR

PDVSA  5⅜   27   34.000-35.000   20.541/20.040 10YR

PDVSA  9¾   35   40.500-41.500   24.455/23.890 10YR

PDVSA  5½   37   33.750-34.750   17.287/16.839 30YR

ELECAR 8½   18   39.000-43.000   57.929/52.134 5YR

The prices contained herein are indicative as of the time of publication.  They do not represent firm bids and offers.  For up to date pricing please contact your Avila Capital Markets representative.

 New-home construction in the U.S. climbed in September, a sign residential real estate will bolster the world’s largest economy. Housing starts increased 6.5 percent to a 1.21 million annualized rate, more than forecast and the second-highest level in eight years, figures from the Commerce Department showed Tuesday in Washington. A drop in building permits indicates the rebound will be slow to materialize. American consumers, powered by an improving job market, are keeping the U.S. afloat as they continue to spend on big-ticket items such as homes and cars. A pickup in wage gains would give even more households the ability to save for a down payment, helping to sustain momentum in the housing industry. “The pipeline is certainly there for housing starts to do much better” in the coming months, Jacob Oubina, senior U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, said before the report. “That is a testament to the fact that while we’ve had these global headwinds, the U.S. domestic-sensitive sectors have continued to not only do well but to accelerate.” Estimates for housing starts in the Bloomberg survey of 78 economists ranged from 1.09 million to 1.2 million. The August figure was 1.13 million, little changed from the prior estimate. The increase in starts was mainly propelled by gains in work on multifamily homes, such as apartment buildings, which rose 18.3 percent to a 466,000 pace. The advance highlights increasing demand for rentals. Construction of single-family houses rose 0.3 percent to a 740,000 rate, the report showed.

Read full article…

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-20/housing-starts-increase-as-construction-underpins-u-s-economy

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