CEVA Group is on the market with a two-part bond offering that totals $825 million. It will use the proceeds to fund three tender offers it launched March 4.
RR Donnelley, Imperial Markets, Rialto Holdings and Select Medical priced new issues of high yield bonds for a combined $935 million.
Helicopter services company PHI priced $500 million in 5.25% senior notes due 2019. The company will use the proceeds to fund a tender offer.
London Stock Exchange subsidiary MTS is buying Bonds.com in an all-cash transaction. The move helps to consolidate a growing but scattered electronic trading market for corporate bonds.
Tenet Healthcare sold $600 million in 5% senior notes due 2019 in a drive-by deal upsized from $400 million. The Dallas-based company will use the proceeds to reduce debt.
Tenet Healthcare is on the market with an offering of $400 million in senior notes due 2019. Price talk on the offer indicates a yield between 5% and 5.25%.
Spirit Aerosystems and Tesoro each drove by the bond market Tuesday to sell $300 million in new notes for a combined $600 million.
Security company ADT is offering $500 million in senior notes due 2019 in a deal that is expected to price today.
PHI is selling $500 million in senior notes due 2019. The company will use the proceeds to fund a tender offer.
Arlington, Va.-based power generator AES Corp. upsized its bond offering to $750 million from $500 million and plans to use the proceeds to help retire existing debt.