Corporate Debt
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With market yields nearing 10%, investors rushed back into the high-yield corporate bond market in mid-October. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT By Gordon Platt With market yields nearing 10%, investors rushed back into the high-yield corporate bond...
The sovereign debt crisis in Europe and economic slowdown in other developed countries have forced dramatic fiscal and economic measures and several increasingly harsh rescue plans in countries around Europe. DEAR READER NOVEMBER 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 10 ...
Runaway gold prices are empowering mining companies to finance themselves—and forcing banks to innovate. GO WITH GOLD ByMichael Shari Runaway gold prices are empowering mining companies to finance themselves—and forcing banks to innovate, providi...
US government bond yields hit record lows in September, yet investors passed up big yields on corporate HY. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT By Gordon Platt US government bond yields hit record lows in September, yet investors passed up big yields...
With the government of Portugal announcing one austerity measure after another to meet IMF-imposed budgetary guidelines and as the rating agencies hack away at the credit-worthiness of the country’s financial institutions, new revelations of more buried debts have ...
Credit spreads widened dramatically during the turmoil in the credit markets this summer. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT ByGordon Platt Credit spreads widened dramatically during the turmoil in the credit markets this summer as the global econom...
Rising economic risk in the US makes it unlikely that the fast pace of debt issuance will be sustained. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT By Gordon Platt Weak economic signals gave a boost to bond prices in the second quarter, but rising ec...
In early July the Russian Central Bank said it would spend $14 billion to bail out the Bank of Moscow—until recently Russia’s fifth-largest bank. POOR DUE DILIGENCE SPARKS CONCERN FOR BANKING SECTOR By Kim Iskyan In early July the Russian Cent...
The high-yield bond market felt the spillover effects in early June from a steep decline in prices of bonds backed by subprime mortgages, but US-based companies continue to tap the below-investment-grade market with relative ease. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS CORPORAT...
In an attempt to trim its debt, India’s largest steel producer, Tata Steel, is to sell its 26.3% stake in Riversdale Mining, the Australian Stock Exchange–listed coal producer, for $1.2 billion. EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP: INDIA by Aaron Chaze ...
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