Commercial Paper

The Hindu Business Line  Oct 1  Comment 
Cox & Kings has informed the exchanges that Credit Analysis & Research (CARE) has reaffirmed and enhanced the commercial paper (CP) issue from ₹450 crore to ₹750 crore. The CP has b...
The Economic Times  Sep 30  Comment 
A slew of corporates, including Reliance Jio, Reliance Retail, Volkswagen India, Aditya Birla Finance and Dewan Housing made the most of the Reserve Bank of India’s sharper-than-expected policy rate cut by raising short-term debt at much lower...
The Economic Times  Sep 29  Comment 
Rajan said markets have transmitted the RBI's past policy actions via commercial paper and corporate bonds, but banks have done so only to a limited extent.
Mondo Visione  Jul 29  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) has admitted to trading a securitisation commercial paper programme by IM Fortia 1 - a Securitisation Fund constituted by Intermoney Titulización, Securitisation Funds Manager. The maximum outstanding...
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 3  Comment 
Knitwear maker Rupa & Co is planning to raise ₹100 crore for an undisclosed purpose. It said on Friday that the company was contemplating to issue commercial paper...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 2  Comment 
Issuance of commercial paper has surged in India as companies make an end run around banks, which have been slow to pass along central-bank rate cuts to customers.
The Economic Times  Jul 1  Comment 
Investment in commercial paper of firms instead of lending to them directly is emerging as a prudent option for banks.
Mondo Visione  Jun 18  Comment 
Europac has renewed its annual Commercial Paper Programme started on MARF in June 2014. This will allow the company to issue commercial paper with an outstanding volume of up to €50 million each time, individual nominal amounts of €100,000 and...
The Economic Times  Jun 3  Comment 
Companies raised more money from commercial paper in the first two months than in the same period last year with issuances crossing Rs.1 lakh crore.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 3  Comment 
Following the restrictions on bank credit to non-banking financial companies the death of the commercial paper as a short-term fund source, there has been a hike in the returns the...


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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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