Jaguar, Fresenius bring increased intraday high yield deals

Frequent issuers Jaguar Land Rover and Fresenius were back in the high yield market on Tuesday, selling increased high yield bonds intraday.

  • By Stefanie Linhardt
  • 29 Jan 2014

Jaguar Land Rover upped its deal by £100m to sell £400m of eight year non-callable notes. The unsecured 2022 bond was priced in line with guidance in the 5% area at par to yield 5%.

Proceeds will be used to partly finance a tender offer for Jaguar’s £500m ...

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