Commercial Paper

Mondo Visione  Oct 14  Comment 
MAXAMCorp Holding has registered a Programme to Issue CPs in the Alternative Fixed-Income Market (MARF) which will allow it to have an outstanding amount of these instruments of €100 million in a year, in order to diversify its sources of...
Financial Times  Oct 7  Comment 
New rules for money market funds take toll on commercial paper
Financial Times  Oct 6  Comment 
Shift comes as non-US banks seek other sources of dollar funding as commercial paper market shrinks
Mondo Visione  Sep 30  Comment 
SIFMA has confirmed its previous holiday recommendations for the  U.S ., the UK, and Japan in observance of the U.S. Columbus Day holiday.  These recommendations apply to trading of U.S. dollar-denominated government securities,...
The Economic Times  Aug 26  Comment 
Bank executives cited weak demand for credit and central bank restrictions on the interest rates they can charge on loans as the reasons driving the demand.
The Hindu Business Line  May 19  Comment 
Bharat Rasayan has informed the exchanges that it has issued commercial paper (CP) worth ₹25 crore on Thursday. The issue, with maturity date of November 15, is rated CARE A1+. The company has appoint...
The Economic Times  Apr 14  Comment 
Non-banking financial firm Altico Capital India today said its board has approved raising funds worth Rs 2,000 crore through various routes including commercial paper and NCDs.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 31  Comment 
As rates get competitive, India Inc likely to shift from CP to banks for short-term funds, says rating agency
The Economic Times  Mar 31  Comment 
The outstanding commercial paper borrowing as a percentage of short-term bank credit has gone up to 14% in FY16 from 11% in the previous financial year.


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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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