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September 13, 1988 | Associated Press
Bond prices fell Monday in thin trading in reaction to a rise in oil prices. The Treasury's closely watched 30-year bond fell about half a point, or about $5 for every $1,000 in face value. Its yield, which is often an indicator of interest rate trends, rose to 9.03% from 8.97% late Friday.
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BUSINESS
November 9, 1988 | BILL SING, Times Staff Writer
RJR Nabisco stockholders were ecstatic last month when the giant food company announced a possible management-led buyout. The stock price immediately shot up 38%, reflecting the premium expected to be paid in the deal. But George K. Fenn and other RJR Nabisco bondholders were far from rejoicing. As investment counsel for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
BUSINESS
March 23, 1996 | From Reuters
Walt Disney Co. sold a record $2.6 billion of investment-grade corporate bonds Friday in a huge offering to help finance its $19-billion acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc. Disney, which needs $10.6 billion to finance the purchase, is expected to borrow an additional $7 billion to $8 billion with new debt sales in coming months. The amount of bonds to be sold Friday had been set at $1.5 billion, but was increased early in the day to $2 billion and again to $2.
BUSINESS
September 19, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Foreign investors bought a net of $19.2 billion in long-term U.S. securities in July, the lowest amount in seven months, the Treasury Department said Tuesday, suggesting that the credit crisis is denting demand for U.S. assets. Demand for long-maturity securities such as bonds, notes and equities hit its lowest level since December and fell sharply from the downwardly revised $97.3-billion net inflow reported in June.
BUSINESS
December 10, 1990 | TOM PETRUNO
Investors are finally getting religion about the slide in interest rates--and why not, when the preacher urging them on is the Federal Reserve Board? The Fed eased credit Friday for the third time in three months, allowing the federal funds rate--a key rate that banks charge each other for short-term loans--to fall to 7.25% from 7.5%. As recently as July, that rate was 8.25%.
BUSINESS
October 18, 1989 | From Associated Press
The U.S. Treasury bond market ended lower in brisk, choppy trading Tuesday as investors moved in step with an unsteady stock market. Market analysts said bonds relinquished earlier gains as prices of stocks started to improve. "Those that had bought are now giving up the hope that the stock market will continue to tumble and that the flight to quality into bonds will continue," said Jay Goldinger, a principal at Capital Insight Inc., a Beverly Hills investment firm.
BUSINESS
February 12, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
Pacific Investment Management Co., which manages the world's biggest bond fund, is considering buying Pakistani bonds being sold this week for its Asian holdings, Pimco fund manager Aaron Low said. The $500-million sale of five-year, dollar-denominated bonds is Pakistan's first overseas debt sale since nuclear tests in 1998 brought international sanctions.
BUSINESS
March 23, 2009 | Scott J. Wilson
www.investinginbonds.com If you're reluctant to invest in stocks these days -- and hey, you're not alone -- you may be considering bonds. But with a bewildering variety to choose from, it's easy for new investors to get confused. A good place to start is Investinginbonds.com, produced by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Assn. The site offers help for novices as well as tools for experienced bond investors. Newcomers should start with the "learn more" column on the right-hand side.
BUSINESS
October 1, 2013 | By Hugo Martin
Cross Texas off the list of states that oppose the merger of American Airlines and US Airways. Texas was one of seven states that had joined the U.S. Department of Justice and the District of Columbia in filing a suit to block the airlines from forming the world's largest carrier. The lawsuit, which is scheduled for trial starting Nov. 25, says the merger will reduce competition, cut service to smaller cities and lead to higher fares. But Texas Atty. Gen. Greg Abbott announced he is pulling out of the lawsuit after American Airlines agreed to maintain scheduled daily service to more than 20 Texas airports.
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