OFS Capital surprises with a better-than-expected IIIQ 2020. However, uncertainties continue to abound.
The BDC Reporter annotates OFS Capital’s IIQ 2020 conference call transcript. We review a multitude of subjects, including the BDC’s liquidity of which there may be less than meets the eye.
A third week of dropping BDC sector prices as market confidence falters. We review the three biggest losers and one of the few weekly winners and also discuss an update from New Mountain Finance and a buyback at THL Credit. We end with the inevitable review of BDC credit trends.
The BDC Fixed Income sector was not to be left out of the general price reflation that occurred across all markets in the week ended June 5. Is the market about to “get back to normal” ? We consider the evidence and note a major omission.
BDC Fixed Income prices race up, ever closer to “normal”, leaving only a handful of debt issues in the basement. Even there, there’s an upward tilt, which we discuss.
BDC Fixed Income prices moved up sharply on the week and the sector reached a favorable milestone. However, there are still several BDCs whose future is far from assured. We name names and get into the weeds to discuss them and their specific debt issues.
BDC Fixed Income prices drop slightly in the week. We discuss the challenges the weaker BDCs face and how that’s translating to the value of their debt.
With BDC earnings season around the corner, the sector’s prices stabilized but individual BDCs remained highly volatile both up and down. The BDC Reporter discusses the upcoming earnings and portfolio releases and their importance in the short and longer term in what looks like a critical year in the history of the sector.
BDC Fixed Income prices have a good week, mirroring their common stock counterparts. Yet, we’re far from the days when most every unsecured debt issue traded at par. Just how far and what might need to happen for that to change is discussed in this latest version of the BDC Fixed Income Market Recap.
The BDC sector reaches new lows not seen in over ten years but bounces part of the way back. Is the worse over ? The BDC Reporter argues that we’ve only just begun, and explains why.