Commercial Paper

Mondo Visione  May 20  Comment 
Tubacex has renewed its Commercial Paper Programme started on MARF in May 2014, which will allow the company to raise financing up to a maximum of €75 million. The individual nominal amount of each issue under the programme will be €100,000...
Mondo Visione  Apr 1  Comment 
Elecnor has renewed its Commercial Paper Programme started on MARF a year ago, in this way following this short-term issue facility, which will allow the company to raise financing up to a maximum of €200 million. The individual nominal amount...
The Economic Times  Mar 24  Comment 
Commercial Paper is 175 bps cheaper than working capital loan.
Motley Fool  Mar 1  Comment 
Troubling developments in the commercial paper market could leave banks exposed once again.
Mondo Visione  Jan 21  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo Bursátil de Renta Fija (MARF) has registered new supplements increasing the Commercial Paper Programmes of TUBACEX, GRUPO BARCELÓ AND EUROPAC. Tubacex increases the outstanding volume of its current programme in MARF by...
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 9  Comment 
Chennai-based non-banking finance company IFMR Capital has arranged the first issuance of Commercial Paper for Hinduja Leyland Finance Ltd. The Commercial Paper (CP) of ₹250 crore is the la...
Mondo Visione  Nov 20  Comment 
ELECNOR has increased its March 2014 Commercial Paper Programme on MARF, which will allow it to issue new securities up to €200 million. Prior to the increase, the volume, placed on the market between March and June 2014, had an outstanding...
The Economic Times  Nov 11  Comment 
The latest Reserve Bank of India data shows that companies raised Rs 1.20 lakh crore in commercial papers in September, as against Rs 43,810 crore a year ago.
Mondo Visione  Oct 22  Comment 
The Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) has admitted a commercial paper programme by Grupo Barceló, with a maximum outstanding amount of €50 million. Banca March is the Sole Lead Arranger and Registered Advisor for this issue and has...


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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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