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  1. BRIEF-Charter Prices $1.1 Bln Senior Unsecured Notes
    Reuters | 01/30/23 08:47 PM EST

    Charter Communications Inc (CHTR): * CHARTER PRICES $1.1 BILLION SENIOR UNSECURED NOTES. * CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS (CHTR) - CCO HOLDINGS AND CCO HOLDINGS CAPITAL PRICED $1.1 BILLION IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF SENIOR UNSECURED NOTES DUE 2031.

  2. BRIEF-Metro Inc. Prices Aggregate C$300 Million Senior Unsecured Notes Offering
    Reuters | 01/30/23 06:50 PM EST

    Metro Inc (MTRI): * Metro Inc (MTRI). PRICES AGGREGATE C$300 MILLION SENIOR UNSECURED NOTES OFFERING. * METRO - PRICING OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT OFFERING OF C$300 MILLION AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF 4.657% SERIES K SENIOR UNSECURED NOTES DUE FEBRUARY 7, 2033 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  3. BRIEF-Russia's Ozon extends redemption date with bondholders to March 15
    Reuters | 01/30/23 09:01 AM EST

    Russian e-commerce firm Ozon Holdings PLC (OZON): * Agrees with holders of its unsecured convertible dollar bonds to extend redemption long stop date to March 15 from Jan. 31; * Says that following the company's application to the UK sanctions authority on Oct. 19, 2022, it awaits communication from the UK sanctions authority indicating that no license or authorization is required in connection with t...

  4. BRIEF-S&P Says Australia 'Aaa/A-1+' Ratings Affirmed Outlook Stable
    Reuters | 01/29/23 11:25 PM EST

    * AUSTRALIA 'AAA/A-1+' RATINGS AFFIRMED; OUTLOOK STABLE- S&P Source text: https://bit.ly/3jdN3VU.

  5. BRIEF-S&P Says Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. Downgraded To 'D' From 'CC' On Expected General Default
    Reuters | 01/27/23 06:30 PM EST

    Bed Bath & Beyond Inc (BBBY): * S&P SAYS Bed Bath & Beyond Inc (BBBY). DOWNGRADED TO 'D' FROM 'CC' ON EXPECTED GENERAL DEFAULT. * S&P SAYS BBBY LACKS THE RESOURCES NEEDED TO REPAY ITS FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS AND WE EXPECT THE COMPANY WILL PURSUE A COMPREHENSIVE DEBT RESTRUCTURING.

  6. BRIEF-Fitch Revises Georgia's Outlook To Positive Affirms At 'BB'
    Reuters | 01/27/23 05:27 PM EST

    * FITCH REVISES GEORGIA'S OUTLOOK TO POSITIVE: AFFIRMS AT 'BB' Source text for Eikon:

  7. Mexico giving 'complete support' to Pemex, has plan for 2023 debt payments
    Reuters | 01/27/23 10:51 AM EST

    Mexico's government will provide further support to state-run oil company Petroleos Mexicanos and has a plan to ensure that pending bond payments in 2023 are met, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday.

  8. Rising interest rates have a sting in the tail for Europe's banks
    Reuters | 01/27/23 02:05 AM EST

    Rising borrowing costs are giving a long-awaited lift to Europe's beleaguered banks, but they come with a sting in the tail. Last year central banks ended a decade of rock-bottom interest rates as the U.S. Federal Reserve and then the European Central Bank moved towards tightening.

  9. Analysis-U.S. corporate bond rally stumbles on 'Goldilocks' skepticism
    Reuters | 01/25/23 11:03 AM EST

    - A New Year rally in U.S. corporate bonds has started to lose some momentum, as some investors become skeptical of recent optimism about a 'Goldilocks' economic scenario of slowing inflation against a backdrop of moderate growth.Credit spreads for both investment-grade and high-yield bonds have been tightening in recent months, and more so this month, as lower inflation prints raised hopes of ...

  10. Analysis-U.S. corporate bond rally stumbles on 'Goldilocks' skepticism
    Reuters | 01/25/23 11:03 AM EST

    - A New Year rally in U.S. corporate bonds has started to lose some momentum, as some investors become skeptical of recent optimism about a 'Goldilocks' economic scenario of slowing inflation against a backdrop of moderate growth.

In general the bond market is volatile, and fixed income securities carry interest rate risk. (As interest rates rise, bond prices usually fall, and vice versa. This effect is usually more pronounced for longer-term securities.) Fixed income securities also carry inflation risk and credit and default risks for both issuers and counterparties. Unlike individual bonds, most bond funds do not have a maturity date, so avoiding losses caused by price volatility by holding them until maturity is not possible.

Lower-quality debt securities generally offer higher yields, but also involve greater risk of default or price changes due to potential changes in the credit quality of the issuer. Any fixed income security sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to loss.

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