Wyndham Trades Up

  • 14 Apr 2002
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Dealers said that roughly $25 million of Wyndham International's bank debt has been trading in the 95-96 range up from the 93 3/4 and 94 1/2 range a couple of weeks ago on the back of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide's proposed $1 billion bond deal. Market players explained that the name reacted positively to an indication for growing health in the lodging sector.

One trader also noted the credit's generous coupon of 43/ 4% over LIBOR and speculated that the company might cash in on good industry news and refinance the deal. He also revived rumors that the company might be acquired by London-based Bass Hotels, which were squashed when the hotel industry was hurt post-September 11. In January, the name got a boost in anticipation of amendments that were finalized. The "B" paper traded up to the 87 range, while the increasing-rate loan traded in the 85 range (LMW, 1/14).

  • 14 Apr 2002

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1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 4,755 19 11.75
2 Citi 4,288 14 10.60
3 Rabobank 2,633 4 6.51
4 Goldman Sachs 2,615 4 6.46
5 Barclays 2,603 8 6.43

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1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 57,945.74 181 12.35%
2 Citi 57,243.86 174 12.20%
3 Wells Fargo Securities 48,214.86 152 10.28%
4 JPMorgan 33,301.70 114 7.10%
5 Credit Suisse 25,010.27 80 5.33%