GM Continues March Up

General Motors was trading in the mid 90s today, continuing three weeks of gains on continued speculation that the company will enter bankruptcy and use proceeds from its debtor-in-possession loan to pay down secured lenders at par.

  • 27 May 2009

General Motors was trading in the mid 90s today, continuing three weeks of gains on continued speculation that the company will enter bankruptcy and use proceeds from its debtor-in-possession loan to pay down secured lenders at par.

The term loan was quoted at 93-94, up more than 10 points ...

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