With investment grade (IG) bond issuance standing steady in the face of the strengthening headwinds in 2014, their popularity among investors continues to grow globally, together with outstanding bonds in the sector.
M&A activity in the oil and gas sector sits at an all-time high in 2014. With energy prices at four-year lows, profits of firms are declining rapidly. As a result, boardrooms are pushing to improve margins and squeeze out as much value as possible, which includes acquisitive growth strategies. With share prices of energy firms still high at a time when borrowing costs remain at record lows...
Falling interest rates are enticing more firms to borrow in the eurozone market, with tech giant Apple becoming the latest company to sell debt in the local European currency. On November 3, the firm issued a two-tranche, euro-denominated EUR2.8bn (USD3.5bn) bond via a consortium of big name bookrunners including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and JP...
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