Puerto Rico has temporarily avoided catastrophe, but uncertainty reigns for the island's creditors, including bond funds, an expert said.» Read More
Jim Cramer sees that market panic has calmed down. Is it safe to cash in?
Puerto Rico, for the moment, avoids falling into further financial crisis as concerns linger that it cannot pay its obligations.
Puerto Rico has honored the portion of its debt that was due today, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Keith Hausman, Oxford Advisors, provides insight on Puerto Rico's debt crisis.
Today is the deadline for Puerto Rico to pay its debt of nearly $2 billion on outstanding bond loans. Former IMF Advisor Anne Krueger, provides perspective.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on Puerto Rico's debt crisis.
As investors obsess over every headline from Greece, it's the debt crisis in Puerto Rico that could actually pose the greater risk, one trader says.
Latest on the ground in Puerto Rico with Kate Kelly as they make positive steps forward in paying off debt.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports utility company PREPA is nearing a deal to cover a $416 million payment.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on whether the island is likely to make interest payments on nearly $2 billion in loans.
With Greece's debt crisis in the spotlight, market pros are keeping their eyes out for other potential problems looming in the horizon.
Pete Benson, partner at Beacon Capital Management, explains whether the Greek crisis could change the Fed's timeline for raising interest rates.
Greece itself isn't terribly important; the problem would be possible contagion if it exits the euro, hedge fund pioneer Julian Robertson said.
CNBC's Kelly Evans asks Julian Robertson, Tiger Management founder, about the 2016 presidential race.
Julian Robertson, Tiger Management founder, weighs in on Puerto Rico's debt problem.
It follows news earlier Tuesday that Puerto Rico will make a July 1 coupon payment of $645.2 million on its general obligation debt.
Discussing the debt issues in Puerto Rico, and the outlook for bond holders, with Michael Pepe, JHS Advisors, and Oliver Pursche, Bruderman Brothers CEO. Pepe has the trade.
With Puerto Rico saying it can't pay its $72 billion debt, bond investors worry whether bond insurers can cover a looming default.
Discussing the debt threats in Puerto Rico, with Del. Pedro Pierluisi, (D) Puerto Rico, who proposes access to Chapter 9.
Puerto Rico's governor says the island's debts are "not payable," but many U.S. municipal and high-yield funds hold its bonds.