Flurry of trading in cable as Kabel nears, Telewest looms

  • 29 Oct 2004

SECONDARY TRADING
Cable names stood out in loan trading this week, as pricing rallied for NTL, Cablecom and UPC.

Offers on NTL's sterling ?B' tranche moved up a point from 98 to 99, as did offers on the ?A' tranche, which moved from 96.5 to 97.5. Cablecom's ?Bs' ...

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