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After last year’s record-setting pace of U.S. bond and loan issuance, activity has slowed in the biggest leveraged finance market, partly because of diminished need to refinance. In Europe, funding costs hit an all-time low, though borrowing was also less than in 2013. In both markets, funding costs remained near all-time lows while riskier structures – like second lien – and looser [...]
Deluxe Corp. plans to repay $253.5 million of bonds due Oct. 1 with cash and its revolving credit line, CFO Terry Peterson said. Click HERE for more.
Freescale Semiconductor will evaluate whether to reprice a term loan when the cost of doing so drops in September and may refinance bonds next year as it seeks to further cut interest costs, said Treasurer Steve Goel. Click HERE for more.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions may seek to refinance bonds in June when an early payment penalty declines, according to Chief Executive Officer Eric DeMarco. Click HERE for more.
Hill International may refinance a 7.5 percent second-lien loan with a term loan or its inaugural bond offering this year, said company President David Richter. Click HERE for more details.
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Companies are borrowing through more junior-ranking loans than ever before, helping to fund buyouts and payouts to private-equity firms. Click HERE for more.
A.M. Castle aims to save more than $20 million of annual interest costs by refinancing 12.75 percent bonds in the second half of this year, said Chief Financial Officer Scott Stephens. Click HERE for more.
B&G Foods may take advantage of low funding rates for debt financed takeovers this year, said CEO David Wenner. Click HERE for more.
Royal Caribbean Cruises plans to repay about $526 million of ship-related debt due this year, according to CFO Jason Liberty. Click HERE for more.