Bond Rates Still Low Enough to Save Companies $$
The dollar value of last week's new corporate bond issues was on the low side at $24 billion, but some of the issues were interesing.
Some refinancing, including a couple that didn't say but do have paper maturing soon. Two big oil companies, a REIT, a medical device firm and some little company from Omaha run by a guy named Warren were in the mix.
I included a borrower with a credit rating near the low end of junk to show the difference in rates beween top-tier borrowers and the high-risk, high-reward end of the spectrum.
As always, questions or comments are welcome here or at the article.
Fool on! Russ