Corporate Debt
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Weird weather presents major problems for supply chains, and 77% of companies believe climate change has the potential to significantly affect their revenue By Gilly Wright Globally, this winter will be remembered for record flooding, drought, pol...
Verizon, which sold $49 billion of debt last year, hit to the market repeatedly this year to benefit from low rates.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Verizon Communications, which sold $49 billion of debt last September in the largest bond sa...
This year could be a bumper one for Middle Eastern investment banking, particularly in the GCC, Iraq and Egypt.   MARKET FOCUS: MIDDLE EAST INVESTMENT BANKING By Gordon Platt The Middle East may present political challenges, but dealmakers anticipat...
Neither EM volatility nor weak US employment data will deter Fed tapering, say analysts.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Neither the consequent volatility in emerging markets nor weak US employment data will deter the Federal Reserve from co...
A rebound in global manufacturing jacks up yields—and triggers serious concerns about emerging markets debt.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt A rebound in global manufacturing, as well as rising confidence in the sector, is forcing bond yie...
The city’s bankrutpcy has pushed up rates on muni bonds—and priced the US territory out of the market.   MILESTONES By Tiziana Barghini Saddled with debt of $70 billion, Puerto Rico’s government is doing its best to reassure US investors that ...
After a record month, high-yield debt offerings in the US went missing in October.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt High-yield corporate bond issuance and trading have slowed considerably in the face of uncertainty about Federal Reserve monet...
New issuance by companies shatters the old record.   CORPORATE FINANCE FOCUS By Gordon Platt Apple’s $17 billion corporate bond offering in April was the largest in history at the time, but it was dwarfed by Verizon’s $49 billion bond offering i...
President Kirchner thumbs her nose at a U.S. court ruling, warning holdout bondholders to take the deal she's offered.   NEWSMAKERS By Forrest Jones Althought it was more than a decade ago that Argentina defaulted on $100 billion worth of debt, the ...
The recent sharp decline in emerging markets currencies to multiyear lows will make it more costly for corporations in these countries to repay their dollar-denominated debt. Analysts say this could lead to a further rise in the corporate default rate for emerging marke...
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