There was a paucity of news affecting the BDC sector in the week ended September but developments out of the SEC could change price dynamics.
The BDC sector moved upward on the week, following the major indices renewed optimism. The BDC Reporter, though, shares its concerns about what might happen in the remainder of 2019 and into 2020.
The broad market indices bobbed around in the week and the BDC sector followed suit. We discuss two BDCs that did well, and four that did not and project out how the rest of the year is likely to play out.
Over recent weeks, the BDC sector has been headed nowhere. The BDC Reporter, though, reminds readers why eternal vigilance is necessary, drawing from a decade of experience, and what cause cause a market moving change to occur.
Now that OHA Investment has reported its quarterly results, we revisit our earlier preview of the key issues and see how things turned out at the struggling BDC whose earnings do not cover its two cents a quarter distribution.
The famously stable BDC Fixed Income market seems a little anemic. However, that’s nothing compared to what may happen as BDCs position themselves around the Small Business Credit Availability Act.
The BDC mini rally hangs in there for another week. We discuss who was up and who was down and the lessons learned. Plus, we provide our best guess as to the short term outlook.
Contradictory data about the direction of the BDC common sector, but the trend seems more to the downside than the upside.
Nothing lasts forever, specially BDC common stocks upward momentum. This week, the sector dropped back. Harbinger or brief pause ?
Another good week for the BDC Sector and most of its constituents, as the rally marches on. We discuss myriad metrics and look at the length of the runway.
An uneventful week where BDC Fixed Income prices are concerned. The BDC Reporter, though, has been musing about debt, risk and frogs.
The BDC Sector moved up, then down and remained in the same place where it’s been for weeks. Trends are underway – both inside and outside the sector – that could change all that.