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Friday, 21 September 2018

Natalie Harrison' s stories

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  • Blackstone Group office

    Borrowers on good terms with long-dated property bonds

    Ticker | 21 November 2017

    Major real-estate investors are seizing on red-hot conditions to sell longer-dated property secritisations at little extra cost, even as the buyside grumbles about skimpy concessions.

  • Bulls

    Investors keep nerve as high-yield wobbles

    Top News | 17 November 2017

    Global high-yield markets were shaken by a number of pulled deals last week but investors insist it’s not yet panic time for the asset class.

  • ABS market bucks broader trend of credit weakness

    Structured Finance | 17 November 2017

    Heaviness in the corporate bond markets failed to spread to the US asset-backed market last week, with deals inundated by demand and most borrowers pricing new issues at tight levels.

  • ABS market bucks broader trend of credit weakness

    Ticker | 16 November 2017

    Heaviness in the corporate bond markets did not seem to spread to the US ABS market this week with deals inundated with investor demand and most issuers pricing new issues at tight levels.

  • Opportunities in high-yield after sell-off: Citigroup

    Ticker | 16 November 2017

    After a sell-off in high-yield in the past couple of weeks, Citigroup analysts reckon there could be some buying opportunities.

  • Investors keep nerve while high-yield wobbles

    Ticker | 15 November 2017

    Three high-yield bond deals have been pulled from the market in the space of a week, but investors insist it’s not yet panic time for the asset class.

  • Moody's cuts MultiPlan rating on "aggressive" dividend deal

    Ticker | 14 November 2017

    Moody’s took the axe to junk-rated MultiPlan on Tuesday after the healthcare management services provider said it planned to pay its private equity owners Hellman & Friedman a massive dividend from a risky payment-in-kind bond.

  • Buyside takes bet on Caesars debt

    Structured Finance | 10 November 2017

    Investors placed their bets on Thursday on a US$1.55bn commercial mortgage bond from Caesars Palace Las Vegas, feeling that the casino giant will be a winner now after emerging from bankruptcy.

  • Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada

    Buyside takes bet on Caesars debt

    Ticker | 09 November 2017

    Investors placed their bets Thursday on a US$1.55bn commercial mortgage bond from Caesars Palace Las Vegas, feeling the casino giant will be a winner now after emerging from bankruptcy.

  • farm, agriculture, corn, subsidies

    More equipment ABS on deck after DLL debut

    Ticker | 09 November 2017

    De Lage Landen Finance’s debut asset-backed bond was met with strong demand from investors seeking a new name to buy in the relatively small agricultural equipment sector, which should bode well for more issuers lining up with similar deals.