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.
PennantPark Floating Rate held a Conference Call to update and reassure its Israeli Baby Bond holders. Mission accomplished ?
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…
A ho hum week for BDC Fixed Income prices but the new BDC leverage rules might ultimately put an end to the price stability in the sector that just added a new issue,
A Wild Week for both the markets and the BDC Sector. Maybe we reached a turning point in BDC history with the new looser leverage rules. Many asset managers think so and some analysts but the BDC Reporter has doubts.
When all about them were losing their heads, BDC Fixed Income investors did almost nothing during a turbulent week. Can this last ? We have a view…
Medley Capital – following in PennantPark Floating Rate;s footsteps – issues Unsecured Notes in Israel. We’ve talked with the CEO of one of the underwriters and review what this might mean for BDC debt raising in the years ahead.
This was a Nothing Week for BDC common stocks, but that’s likely to change shortly. The Fixed Income Sector is dealing with multiple negative dynamics, but briefly increased in size during the week.
A retailer files for bankruptcy protection as expected and 4 BDCs face the music of loss of income and likely much higher Realized and Unrealized losses while adding more monies.
Besides publishing two feature News Of The Day articles affecting NMFC and TCRD, the BDC Reporter reviews developments at 4 other BDCs. The principal uniting thread: what’s going to happen to the dividend ?
A major retailer may be headed to bankruptcy. Two publicly traded BDCs are about to do some reckoning.