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Forward Calendar - U.s. Corporate Bond New Issues

webpage corporate bond new issues Markets Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:51am EDT Aug 30 (Reuters) - The following are lists of upcoming high-grade and high-yield corporate bond offerings in the United States. The information was gathered from Thomson Reuters U.S. new issues team, and other market sources: *Denotes 144a private placement debt offering. HIGH-GRADE BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 8/26/2013 COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED Euro Invest Bank $3.0 bln 3-yr Aaa/AAA/AAA DB/HSBC/JPM 8/28 Int'l Fin Corp $3.5 bln 5-yr Aaa/AAA/NA DAIWA/DB/HSBC/TD 8/27 Kexim $300 mln 3-yr Aa3/A+/NA HSBC 8/28 *Kommunalbanken $300 mln 3-yr frn Aaa/AAA/NA CS/NOMURA/TD 8/29 SEK $1.25 bln 2-yr Aa1/AA+/NR CS/GS/MS 8/28 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SPLIT-RATED BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 8/26/2013 COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HIGH-YIELD BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 8/26/2013 COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PREVIOUS HIGH-GRADE SALES COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED Abbey National $1.0 bln 5-yr A2/A/A BAML/CITI/MS/SANT/WFS 8/20 DTE Electric Co $400 mln 10.5-yr A1/A/A BAML/BNPP/CITI/SC 8/20 Entergy Louisiana $325 mln 10-yr A3/A-/NA BNP/CITI/MIZ/MUS 8/19 IADB $2.0 bln 3-yr Aaa/AAA/NA BNP/DB/JPM 8/20 Korea Dev Bank $250 mln 3-yr Aa3/A/AA- HSBC 8/22 PNC Bank $750 mln 3-yr A2/A/A+ CITI/JPM/MS/PNC 8/20 *Pricoa Global $500 mln 2-yr A1/AA-/A+ BAML/MS/USB 8/20 Sandander Hld USA $500 mln 5-yr Baa2/BBB/BBB BAML/JPM/SANT/USB 8/22 Southern Company $500 mln 5-yr Baa1/A-/A JPM/MS/USB/WFS 8/21 Western Union $250 mln 2-yr frn Baa1/BBB+/BBB+ JPM/WFS 8/19 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PREVIOUS SPLIT-RATED BOND SALES COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED American Tower $750 mln 5.5-yr Baa3/BB+/BBB BAML/CITI/MIZ/MS/TD 8/14 American Tower $500 mln 10.5-yr Baa3/BB+/BBB BAML/CITI/MIZ/MS/TD 8/14 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PREVIOUS HIGH-YIELD BOND SALES COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS PRICED Access Midstream $400 mln 7.75-yr Ba3/BB/NA BARC/BBVA/CITI/RBS/WF 8/14 *ACI Worldwide $300 mln 7-yr B2/BB-/NA WFS/BAML 8/15 *DS Waters $300 mln 8-yr B3/B-/NA CS/BARC/JEFF/BMO 8/14 *Foresight Energy $500 mln 8-yr Caa1/CCC+/NA GS/CITI/BARC/DB/GS/JPM/UBS 8/16 NuStar Logistics $300 mln 7.5-yr Ba1/BB+/BB JPM/MIZ/STRH 8/14 RR Donnelley $400 mln 8.5-yr Ba3/BB/NA BAML/CITI/JPM/USB 8/12 *Shingle Springs $260 mln 8-yr B3/CCC+/NA BAML 8/15 *T-Mobile USA $500 mln 5-yr Ba3/BB/NA DB 8/14 *Windstream Corp $500 mln 8-yr B1/B/NA GS/JPM/BNP/CITI/RBC/RBS 8/12 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DEALS RECENTLY POSTPONED COMPANY AMT MAT/DEBT RTGS MGRS DATE POSTPONED Reinsurance Group $300 mln 40-yr Baa2/BBB/BBB- BAML/JPM/UBS 8/19 *Petrofac Ltd $TBA 5-yr Baa1/BBB+/NA BARC/JPM 6/3 *Petrofac Ltd $TBA 10-yr Baa1/BBB+/NA BARC/JPM 6/3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MANAGERS: SYNDICATE DESK NUMBERS: HIGH-YIELD HIGH-GRADE BARC Barclays Capital 212-412-3889 212-412-2663 BNP BNP Paribas 212-841-3435 CITI Citigroup Global Markets 212-723-6020 212-723-6121 CS Credit Suisse 212-325-3325 DB Deutsche Bank 212-250-8314 212-250-6801 GS Goldman Sachs & Co 212-357-0347 212-902-5954 HSBC HSBC Securities 212-525-4102 212-525-4102 JPM J.P. Morgan Chase & Co 212-834-4533 MIZ Mizuho Securities 212-205-7543 212-205-7543 MS Morgan Stanley 212-761-2031 212-761-2000 NOM Nomura 212-667-1476 212-667-1476 RBC RBC Capital Markets 212-618-2205 212-858-7232 RBS RBS 203-897-6981 203-897-6553 SUN Suntrust 404-926-5604 UBS UBS Investment Bank 203-719-1088
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Corporate Profits Bounced In Q2

If you feel like you can't control certain outcomes and don't have anybody to discuss your worries and feelings with... that's potentially a toxic mix," Gould said. In the past year, the chief executive of energy giant Shell has quit and the chairman of luxury goods group Richemont has taken a year-long sabbatical despite facing no obvious pressure to leave. They cited a desire for a change of lifestyle or simply a break from the life at the top. But companies need to watch for signs that all staff, junior and senior, are coping with their increasingly demanding roles. Bank of America Merrill Lynch said last week it would review the working conditions for junior employees after a 21-year old intern, Moritz Erhardt, died after allegedly working 72 hours without sleep.
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Corporate Suicide A Real Threat In High-Stakes Environment

Dividends increased $273.8 billion in the second quarter, in contrast to a decrease of $103.8 billion in the first. The large second-quarter increase primarily reflected dividends paid by Fannie Mae to the federal government. Undistributed profits decreased $205.9 billion, in contrast to an increase of $102.1 billion. Net cash flow with IVA -- the internal funds available to corporations for investment -- decreased $194.6 billion, in contrast to an increase of $140.7 billion. Corporate profits by industry Domestic profits of financial corporations increased $14.3 billion in the second quarter, in contrast to a decrease of $4.1 billion in the first. Domestic profits of nonfinancial corporations increased $50.4 billion, in contrast to a decrease of $3.1 billion.
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