One Year Ago In The Credit Markets - July 30, 2007

26 Jul 2007

Investors were still looking for more concessions from lead banks on the $5.2 billion VNU N.V. deal even after portions of the loans and bonds were rejiggered and pricing was increased on the U.S. tranche.

Investors were still looking for more concessions from lead banks on the $5.2 billion VNU N.V. deal even after portions of the loans and bonds were rejiggered and pricing was increased on the U.S. tranche. [The $5.18 billion term loans were finally priced at LIBOR plus 2 3/4% ...

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