B Com sells upped dollar high yield bond tight

B Communications, a company that holds a stake in Israeli telco Bezeq, sold an increased debut high yield bond on Monday.

  • By Stefanie Linhardt
  • 11 Feb 2014

The $800m of seven year notes were placed entirely in dollars, after the issuer scrapped a planned euro tranche on Friday.

B Com enlarged its bond issue from $775m to $800m and priced the notes inside guidance of the 7.5% area at 7.375%.

The euro tranche was cancelled as ...

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