Weekly Trade Round Up

Cincinnati, Ohio-based fruit and vegetable company Chiquita Brands International’s secondary loans were trading up yesterday to around the 98-99 range from previous quotes of around 95-97, due to the announcement it is reviewing its capital structure, according to a trader; And instead of looking at distressed loans, buyers are continuing to zero in on performing paper.

  • 30 Jan 2008

Chiquita Trades Up On Possible Refinancing

Cincinnati, Ohio-based fruit and vegetable company Chiquita Brands International’s secondary loans were trading up yesterday to around the 98-99 range from previous quotes of around 95-97, due to the announcement it is reviewing its capital structure, according to a trader. However, it was ...

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