Commercial Paper

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StreetInsider.com  Jul 16  Comment 
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Mondo Visione  Jun 20  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) has admitted a commercial paper programme by Europac, registered with MARF, with a maximum outstanding amount of €50 million. Banca March is the Sole Lead Arranger and Registered Adviser for this...
DailyFinance  May 30  Comment 
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) senior unsecured debt rating has been upgraded to A3 with a stable outlook by Moody's Investors Service. The upgrade affects the company’s nearly $2.1 billion senior unsecured bonds....
Mondo Visione  May 30  Comment 
TMX Group Limited (“TMX Group”) today announced that it has established a commercial paper program under which it may issue up to $400 million in short term promissory notes (“Notes”), which have been rated R-1 (low) with a Stable trend by...
Mondo Visione  May 22  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) has admitted to trading a commercial paper programme launched by Tubacex, which has a maximum value of €29.9 million. Banca March, a Member and Registered Adviser of MARF, acts as Sole Lead...
Mondo Visione  Apr 14  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) today admitted Elecnor’s first issue of Commercial Paper, with a value of €15 million and maturity of one year, charged to the issues Programme registered with this market by the company, worth...
Financial Times  Mar 30  Comment 
Value of investment-grade corporate paper tops $20bn for first time in five years with issuers keen to take advantage of low yields
The Economic Times  Feb 14  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India has decided to encourage long term foreign investment in corporate debt by lowering the sub-limit for investors in short term commercial papers.
Financial Times  Jan 8  Comment 
The amount of outstanding non-financial commercial paper sold by corporates is forecast to increase further this year after reaching $243bn in October




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The chart on the left is the 3 month financial commercial paper.

Commercial paper is a short-term debt security or promissory note (think IOU) issued by large corporations. It typically must be repaid in 270 days or less. Larger, more established corporations with high credit ratings are able to issue commercial paper at lower interest rates than those that they would pay if they took out a loan or line of credit from a bank. Commercial paper plays a vital role in the U.S. economy, because many companies rely on it to meet regular short term obligations, such as meeting payroll or buying inventory.

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