HCA Adds $1B to Junk Bond Queue

Sheahan, Matthew
August 2011
High Yield Report;8/1/2011, p9
The article reports on the plan of Nashville, Tennessee-based hospital operator HCA to issue one billion U.S. dollars in a two-part deal that consisted of senior secured notes due 2020 and senior notes due 2022.


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