Weekly Trade Round Up

The term loan for Natural Products Group bottomed out at a five point fall around 96 1/4 last Wednesday; The 7.875% ’09 notes for Fremont General popped five points last week after the company announced it is selling its commercial real estate lending business and that an investor group will inject about $80 million of equity into the company and Mega-credit Kinder Morgan traded strongly after it broke in the secondary market last Tuesday at 100 1/4-1/2, according to a trader.

  • 23 May 2007

Natural Products Group Trades Off On Internal Issues

The term loan for Natural Products Group bottomed out at a five point fall around 96 1/4 last Wednesday. The debt began to trade down from just above par a week earlier, when it was revealed covenant compliance numbers were ...

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