A market melt-down is bringing more BDC stocks to 52 week lows. We name names and – on the fly – discuss risk and opportunity in a fast changing price environment.
We say R.I.P. to the BDC sector rally and take a snapshot of where we are on the brink of earnings season and foretell – as best we can – what investors might expect from prices, earnings and credit.
BDC Fixed Income prices synced with interest rate movements in a quiet week where new developments are concerned.
FS Investment – just weeks away from a major merger – hits a 52 week low in price. We provide some context; throw around a few possible explanations and speculate what the BDC’s famed Investment Advisor might do in response.
Barings is buying a boatload of Barings BDC’s common stock under an automatic program, with no visible impact on the stock price. We review the latest “shareholder friendly” action by this most recent entrant into BDC management.
A major portfolio company of Gladstone Capital unexpectedly stumbles.
A big swing down in the BDC sector, in sympathy with the major markets all but ends the eight month rally. We provide all the sorry details while keeping an eye on what the fundamentals are telling us.
As the BDC common stock sector got hammered BDC Fixed Income got a reprieve. In fact, the BDC Reporter suggests a big shift in BDC debt issuance could be in the cards.
TPG Specialty shareholders have voted on whether to adopt the new BDC asset coverage rules. In a follow-up article to our initial discussion of the Proxy in August, we sum up the results and pros and cons of the decision made.
A bad, bad week for BDC common stock investors. The BDC Reporter counts the ways and boldly/foolishly answers the $64,000 question: are we headed for a major sectoral drop ?
THL Credit sets a date for the expected redemption of one of its Baby Bonds following a new issue just a few days ago. What’s the price next time ?
With interest rates sharply up, we decided to take a look at what’s happening to BDC Fixed Income prices at a time when many other debt sectors are getting hammered. Beginning of the apocalypse or passing storm ?
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