Diamond Resorts Prices $425M in HY
- Diamond Resorts Price Talk Reaches 12%. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;8/16/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 33, p6
The article reports that the price of Las Vegas, Nevada-based residential property developer Diamond Resorts' 425 million U.S. dollar junk bond offer has reached 12 percent and the bond's proceeds will be used to refinance outstanding credit facility debt including a revolver and first and...
- Study shows third rating shrinks spreads. Reinebach, Adam // Investment Dealers' Digest;04/13/98, Vol. 64 Issue 15, p8
Focuses on a study which reports that corporate debt rating can affect bond spreads. How it can achieve cheaper funding costs; Comments from Bob Grossman, the managing director at that rating agency; Details on the study.
- Nigeria plans to sell 55 billion naira (US$ 340 million) in bonds with maturities of five and 20 years. // African Business News;7/10/2013, p28
The article presents information on the plans of Nigeria to sell 55 billion naira in bonds with maturities of five and 20 years, during its seventh monthly debt auction to be held on July 17, 2013.
- Asian Corporate Bond Volume Reaches Record. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;1/2/2012, p10
The article reports that as per data from Deologic, Asian firms, excluding those in Japan, issued a total of 312.4-billion dollars in bonds in 2011 comprising 1, 872 deals in investment-grade, high-yield and non-rated corporate debts and representing a 31% increase in bond issuances for 2010.
- The misunderstood asset. // Finweek;10/28/2010, p62
The article presents an overview on bonds, which is a certificate of debt issued by a company, public corporation or government to raise money that promises to pay the principal and interest in a fixed time.
- Diamond buys Sunterra. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;3/16/2007, Issue 2758, p17
The article reports that the vacation ownership company Diamond Resorts, Las Vegas, Nevada had acquired the Lancaster-based Sunterra Corporation. This acquisition makes Diamond Resorts the world's second-largest timeshare company. The merged company will have 335,000 members around the world...
- San Antonio Selling $250M of Debt for Its 'Exemplary' Utility. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;5/13/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31634, p30
San Antonio, Texas is planning to sell 250 million dollars of variable-rate junior-lien revenue bonds on May 13, 2003 on behalf of its electric and gas utility to raise money for system improvements and increase the amount of variable-rate exposure in its City Public Services debt portfolio....
- Carrier bonding. Ryan, Vincent // Telephony;09/04/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 10, p36
Deals with the plan of Europe and United States telecommunication service providers to issue bonds to financial markets in 2000. Reason for the move; Concerns about European operators' debt cited by S&P analysts; Views on the bonds of European telecommunication companies. INSET: MGA Watch....
- Marriott buys into 'Chateau' timeshare project. Illia, Tony // Las Vegas Business Press;4/14/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p8
Reports developments in the real estate in Nevada as of April 2003. Sale of the Chateau by Diamond Resorts International; Appointment of Robert Wengel as head of operations of Marriott; Timeshare complex built by Hilton Group Vacations.