BMCA Loans Defy Housing Sector Trends

Building Materials Corp. of America first-lien loans were trading at 86 1/2 Wednesday, up from 85 1/2 Aug. 15, and its second lien was trading around 82, up from 78-79 during the same time period.

  • 21 Aug 2008
Building Materials Corp. of America first-lien loans were trading at 86 1/2 Wednesday, up from 85 1/2 Aug. 15, and its second lien was trading around 82, up from 78-79 during the same time period. The move follows a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Aug. 13 ...

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