Weekly Trade Round Up

Tropicana Entertainment’s term loan continued to straddle par this week, as the company received the necessary waivers from bank lenders to prevent an event of default; Realogy Corp.’s loan-only credit default swaps were wider while its term loan “B” stumbled slightly this week; And the LCDX was trading down midday, trading in the 96.89-96.95 context.

  • 02 Jan 2008

Tropicana Loan Continues To Trade High

Tropicana Entertainment’s term loan continued to straddle par this week, as the company received the necessary waivers from bank lenders to prevent an event of default. The waivers were necessary after New Jersey regulators took away the company’s operating license for its casino ...

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