Blue-chip firms sell bonds to fund stock buybacks

09/19/2011 | International Financing Review

Many U.S. companies at the upper end of investment-grade credit ratings are selling bonds to raise cash for stock repurchases. Even firms sitting on a mountain of cash are selling bonds because they need U.S. dollars, with much of their money held overseas in foreign currency.

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