Weekly Trade Round Up

The official ruling on Solutia’s unsecured claims Tuesday morning let down investors who were expecting to be treated as a secured lender, as they watched the debt plummet 18 points to the 89 context; The credit for LS Power Acquisition broke for trading last Monday in the par 3/8-5/8 context and finished a little weaker, around par 1/4-1/2, according to dealer; Bonds for Northwest Airlines regained a point Wednesday after plummeting 13 points in the last week to the 73 context.

  • 02 May 2007

False Hope Made Solutia Tumble Worse

The official ruling on Solutia’s unsecured claims Tuesday morning let down investors who were expecting to be treated as a secured lender, as they watched the debt plummet 18 points to the 89 context. The notes had climbed nearly six points to as ...

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