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Near-ideal borrowing conditions in the aggressive and competitive US leveraged loan market are allowing companies that pulled opportunistic deals amid heightened volatility in the summer to return to the market and successfully slash pricing.
Distressed investors are buying up loans of European companies that are heading towards restructurings in the secondary market, including UK vending machine business Selecta, German parking company Apcoa and UK hygiene services company
Bankers are expecting a pick-up in sovereign and sovereign-linked loans as Central and Eastern European governments look at new ways of financing oil and gas reserves and plugging financing gaps, while African countries boost infrastructure investment.
- Falling pricing drives A&Es
- Nestle seals €10bn deal with cheapest pricing
- Investors mob Campbell Soup deal
- Dell leads charge to cut financing costs
- Sooner the better for US$60bn Verizon Wireless acquisition financing
- RBS combines loans and bonds
- Building bridges