In December, BDC Fixed Income prices rose even as the number of public issues dropped. We review the latest data and how this segment of the debt market has evolved since 2012 and what is likely to lie ahead.
The BDC Reporter undertakes its now monthly review of BDC fixed income prices and developments. August, though, bore a great resemblance to July…
The BDC Fixed Income Recap is back in a monthly format. We review the latest sector prices for unsecured debt; the number of issues and issuers and what’s been happening.
A deafeningly quiet week where BDC fixed income prices and news is concerned. We use the opportunity to look back on what has changed in the first half of 2021 in this segment of the market.
BDC fixed income prices were unchanged but the number of public unsecured debt issues changed during the week. So did the BDC Reporter’s estimate of what the unsecured debt landscape might look like at year’s end.
BDC fixed income prices were unaffected by the turmoil in the stock market this week. In fact, a new public Baby Bond was issued, part of a developing trend that is changing risk and return across the industry.
BDC fixed income prices barely moved this week and there was no news about any public issuer, but we still needed to amend our list of Baby Bonds likely to be redeemed. We explain why.
While BDC common stocks marched on, fixed income prices stayed stable. However, there were a couple of price moves that deserve mention in a week with no other developments.
Not much changed in BDC Fixed Income prices during the week, but there were a series of comings and goings that continues to reshape the sector. Watch out ! There’s more to come.
There were many developments in the BDC Fixed Income sector during the week that changed the landscape and outlook.
Price-wise, the BDC Fixed Income sector barely budged during an otherwise hectic week. However, two new offerings leave open the prospect of even more changes to the composition of the sector.
The median price of public BDC debt moved down on the week, but not far. We also discuss what we learned from BDC conference calls about the outlook for multiple debt issues.
The BDC fixed income sector continues to reach new price heights, but the future for BDC public debt is in doubt.
BDC Fixed Income prices quietly reach a new record and PennantPark issues new unsecured debt that might – or might not – redeem its public Baby Bond.
BDC fixed income prices remained essentially unchanged but there were several notable news developments in the sector during the week.
No kidding. The BDC fixed income market reached a new 2021 high on April 1.
BDC fixed income prices remained strong but the most notable development was a new question mark over the future of publicly traded BDC unsecured debt.
Price-wise, the BDC fixed income sector was must unchanged on the week.
BDC Fixed Income prices remain high but the universe of investable issues continues to shrink.
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