The BDC sector followed the major indices down. And then up again. However, the second week of BDC earnings season was not an unalloyed success and future market direction is in question.
THL Credit joins the swollen ranks of BDCs who’ve adopted the new higher leverage limit while also becoming one of a much smaller group of BDCs to cut contractual compensation costs. Both developments require analysis and commentary.
THL Credit makes a change in its dividend and compensation. The latter could have reverberations across the BDC sector.
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 ?
BDC Fixed Income moved up modestly in quiet week. However, changes are underway in how some BDC debt is rated which could have major implications.
A mixed week in the BDC sector but the trend is still to the upside. The BDC Reporter also discusses the monumental changes underway amongst the bigger BDCs and what that might mean for the future.
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.
BDC Fixed Income prices drop along with about everything else as rates rise. However, we look beyond to the changes being wrought by BDC enthusiasm for the Small Business Credit Availability Act. This could go any number of ways.
As forewarned earlier in the week, BDC common stocks are in rally mode, and may go higher. The BDC Reporter, though, looks a little further out…
On the cusp of the most interesting Earnings Season in years, BDC stocks remained in a narrow range. We look forward to the debate about extra leverage but also beyond…