Stone Energy to Power Up with $100M HY Deal

Sheahan, Matthew
November 2010
High Yield Report;11/15/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 46, p32
The article discusses plans by Stone Energy to launch 100 million U.S. dollars worth of junk bonds to finance its repayment of bank debt.


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