As anticipated, Apple on Thursday local Australia time issued an Australian dollar-denominated bond that according to one report has already reached AU$1.2 billion, or about $883 million. Apple's first Australian issuance came in the form of a two-part "benchmark" bond sale consisting of four- and seven-year notes, reports The Sydney Morning Herald. The publication notes price guidance of the fixed and floating rate four-year bonds is pegged at around 3 percent, while...
8/19/15 at 6:39pm
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