Prospect News Bond Market Weekly
Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for May 30, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary market prices $3.33 billion in seven deals; secondary performance mixed
• High yield: Twelve issuers price $9.03 billion in junk-rated deals; funds see record inflow
• Investment-grade market: Financial supply ramps up; Wells Fargo, Citi, Santander, HSBC price
• Preferreds: Primary preferred market busy with $2.33 billion of new issuance
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for May 23, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary prices $5.84 billion over 11 deals; new paper trades up
• High grade: Pfizer, JPMorgan, Comcast, AT&T lead deal supply; flows rise; credit spreads firm
• High yield: 20 issuers tap primary and price a cumulative $10.4 billion; new deals trade up
• Preferreds: Brighthouse, Truist, Comerica, First Horizon, others sell preferreds; Fortress offers add-on
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for May 16, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary’s record-setting pace continues; $7.84 billion in 15 deals price during week
• High yield: Primary sees $11.5 billion in 20 dollar-denominated tranches; secondary trading mixed
• Investment-grade market: Disney, PayPal, ViacomCBS, UnitedHealth, Lockheed Martin pack primary
• Preferreds: Preferred primary market gets $1.47 billion in issuance as secondary dips
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for May 9, 2020
• Convertibles primary sees most active week of the year, prices $4.29 billion in eight deals
• High-grade issuers flood primary; Apple, Broadcom, GE, Chevron lead supply; inflows increase
• High-yield primary prices $8.75 billion in 14 tranches; fallen angel Kraft Heinz leads new deals
• Preferred primary sees new deals from OceanFirst Financial, Wintrust; secondary market active
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for May 2, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary logs busiest week year to date, prices $4 billion in seven deals
• High-grade supply surges; Air Products, Coca-Cola, Boeing price notes; inflows increase
• High-yield primary rounds out most active April in five years with $3.25 billion in junk deals
• Preferreds: Preferred primary market sees $2.62 billion in new deals as secondary rises
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for April 25, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary prices $2.46 billion in five deals; secondary performance mixed
• High-yield bond primary market on fire during week; 21 issuers bring deals; Ford notes flounder
• Investment-grade market: Cargill, Campbell Soup, Bank of America, Wells Fargo price; inflows down
• Preferreds: African Asset Finance, MTBC tap primary market; secondary pushes higher
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for April 18, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary market prices $2.45 billion in six deals; secondary performance mixed
• Emerging markets: Abu Dhabi, Peru price multi-tranche blockbusters; China issuers silent
• High yield: Primary market prices $6.05 billion in 15 tranches; funds see $7.66 billion inflow
• High-grade post-holiday supply strong; Exxon, JPMorgan, Costco price; corporate flows return
• Preferreds: Primary market remains quiet as secondary trading seesaws amid volatility
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for April 11, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary prices $2.03 billion in four deals; new paper in focus in secondary
• Emerging markets: Qatar prices $10 billion of notes; Abu Dhabi on tap; Ecuador seeks relief
• High-grade market: Broadcom, Keurig Dr Pepper, Booking lead new supply; credit spreads firm
• High-yield primary market prices $2.98 billion of bonds in six deals; new paper in demand
• Preferreds: Primary market silent amid Covid-19 economic turmoil as secondary sees boost
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for April 4, 2020
• Convertibles: Primary market returns with deals from Carnival, Nevro; secondary eyes new paper
• Emerging markets: Baidu, AIA Group price $1 billion deals; Israel brings $5 billion of notes
• High-grade supply surges past $110 billion; Oracle, Visa, T-Mobile price; outflows moderate
• High-yield primary market reopens; Yum!, Carnival, TransDigm, Restaurant Brands, Tenet price
• Preferreds: Preferred primary market remains quiet during week as secondary slides
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Prospect News Bond Market Weekly for March 28, 2020
• Convertibles: Secondary firms; high-grade names improve; Dycom, Microchip undertake exchanges
• Emerging markets: Panama prices $2.5 billion of bonds; Ecuador, NMC Health show signs of sickness
• High-grade issuers deluge primary; Wells Fargo, Comcast, NIKE print; fund outflows heavy
• High-yield secondary better; Ford, fallen angels eyed; TransDigm up; funds lose $2.03 billion
• Preferreds: Primary market gets single $150 million deal as secondary trends upward
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