Matahari may sell new bonds as high yield appetite returns

  • 24 Jul 2009

Matahari Putra Prima, the Indonesian retailer, may add to its $115m of high yield bonds if investors accept its offer of a debt exchange ahead of a deadline today (Friday).

Matahari announced the terms of its debt swap last Friday (July 17), offering investors a minimum yield of ...

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