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24.05.2017 - Kristie (http://accord-children.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&view=topic&catid=9&id=144406&Itemid=158)
By Laura Benitez and Gus Trompiz LONDON, Nov 14 (IFR) - Commodity giant Louis Dreyfus Company is expected to test investor appetite for riskier credits this week against a torrid market backdrop, courtesy of the brutal sell-off in government bonds that has followed Donald Trump's US election win. The European bond market has been shaken in recent days, with the 10-year German Bund yield rising to its highest level since January, and participants expect execution to be more challenged.

The delicate backdrop could make things tricky for the unrated company, which concluded investor meetings last week ahead of a potential bond deal. "The company is struggling with operating profits, their leverage is deteriorating, and there's no indication that things will get better in the near term," one investor who attended the London leg of the meetings last week said. Investor feedback for an expected 300m five-year trade is in range of mid to high 4%, for timing as soon as this week.

"It would have to have a 5% handle on it for us to be interested. The credit is an acquired taste, it's off-index and tricky and it's more like high-yield than investment-grade," the investor said. Louis Dreyfus's 4% December 2020 bond was bid at 401bp over mid-swaps on Monday morning, according to Tradeweb.

20.04.2017 - Jami (http://laserdocieciametalu.centr.pl/)
website As Bikaneri papad manufacturer, our industry and our team based from Bikaner. For bikaneri raw material usage we know the real bikaneri papad that is famous for their special taste and we are proud to a manufacturer of bikaneri papad. Keywords: bikaneri papad manufacturer, papad manufacturers in Bikaner, bikaneri papad manufacturers, bikaneri papad recipe, papad wholesale price, rice papad wholesale An added factor that is currently driving supply stability is the limited availability of services including electricity and waste management, inducing local government ordinances to limit zoning approvals.

In this Monday, April 10, 2017 photo, a few labourers work on the road construction site in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A new study has found that South Asian migrants working in the multi-billion dollar construction industry in Arab Gulf countries are shouldering the costs of their own recruitment fees while companies and their clients are reaping the benefits from inexpensive labor. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) Segall and his co-author Sarah Labowitz say construction firms and their Gulf-based clients can help "end the cycle of abuse" by paying for the recruitment costs of construction workers who are needed to build the region's skyscrapers, stadiums, hotels, theme parks and sprawling malls.

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