Yet another BDC taps the public “Baby Bond” market. We review both the micro and macro consequences.
The BDC Reporter digs into the data in the BDC Credit Table to review Stellus Capital’s credit status at the end of the IIIQ 2023.
Monroe Capital recently announced a quarterly distribution of $0.25. Unfortunately for the BDC’s shareholders that payout may be cut shortly. We explain why and how Monroe may not be alone in this regard.
A very good week for the major indices but not for the BDC sector. Once again, the future course of interest rates is coming to the fore, which might affect BDC stock prices in unbexpected ways.
The BDC Reporter has had little to write about of late. So, we’ve turned to updating and expanding – amongst other things – the BDC Credit Table. There’s a wealth of new data available – and more coming – making for an invaluable analytical tool.
In the spirit of the season, BDC investors are feasting on high prices. With the end of the year in sight, we calculate how far we’ve come in 2023 and discuss whether 2024 might offer a repeat performance.
We’ve undertaken a deep dive – using both our resources and that of the BDC Credit Reporter – to analyze the credit outlook for Barings BDC. The data we’ve collected points in two different directions.
With the BDC sector – and the stock market generally – back in rally mode, we review where prices stand and where they might go before we’re all singing “Auld Lang Syne”.
Five different BDCs are tapping the markets for unsecured, medium term debt – each in a different way. We review the details and explain why this is important.
This was a quiet week for the BDC sector after several weeks of high price volatility. We review the numbers, show where we are with weeks to go till the end of the year and speculate on what might yet occur before 2023 comes to a close.
In a surprise announcement, MidCap Financial has announced its intention to acquire two closed-end funds from within the Apollo universe.
Bain Capital Specialty Finance books a major – although not unexpected – realized loss in the IIIQ 2023. We discuss the impact and which other BDCs are involved in this notable credit setback.
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