Supply starved US high yield buyers snap up opportune deals

Four borrowers took advantage of a barren US high yield market on Tuesday to price drive by deals, including a second deal in the past two weeks from offshore drilling company Transocean.

  • By David Bell
  • 11 Jul 2018

The issuers in the market on Tuesday were met with a strong reception from investors, who have been short of supply this year.

All four were priced in line or at the tight end of initial price talk. One issuer, radio frequency tech provider Qorvo, also boosted the ...

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5 Goldman Sachs 12,810.07 57 5.37%

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