Third energy issuer pulls high yield bond, but market ploughs on

The US high yield market suffered another casualty on Monday with a third energy deal pulled in as many days, but other issuers have braved the turmoil to price new deals and there is a healthy line of borrowers keen to follow them.

  • By David Bell
  • 14 Nov 2017
Resolute Energy Corporation became the third energy company in recent days to pull a high yield offering, as it abandoned plans late on Monday to refinance its existing 8.5% senior notes due 2020 with $550m of new paper. The company said that current terms and conditions available in ...

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