Time to Rethink the Role of Emerging Market Bonds
You have two options when it comes to investing in emerging market bonds—hard currency bonds and local bonds.
Investors are stepping back into emerging market bonds after removing billions of dollars from emerging markets in 2016.
Strong investor interest in emerging market debt has continued despite adverse political and economic issues in some countries.
Since the US presidential election, emerging markets have bounced back as though the election never happened.
On February 15, Halliburton’s stock price had a slightly negative reaction. It fell 1.4% to $55.77 from the previous day’s close.
After the redemption on March 15, 2017, Halliburton’s total debt will fall to $10.97 billion from ~$12.4 billion as of December 31, 2016.
On September 30, 2016, Keane Group’s (FRAC) net debt was $235.3 million. From December 31, 2015, to September 30, 2016, FRAC’s total debt rose 30%.
In this article, we’ll compare returns from some of the prominent oilfield equipment and service (or OFS) stocks that have been listed in the past ten years.
In the first nine months of 2016, Keane Group’s (FRAC) revenues fell 14% over the first nine months of 2015.
From 2Q16 to 3Q16, some of the major US upstream and integrated companies’ falling capex moderated, as crude oil prices started to recover in 2016.
We’ll discuss Keane Group’s revenue, earnings, and drivers in this series. We’ll also discuss the recent equity issuances in the oilfield equipment and services (or OFS) industry.
On January 23, 2017, Patterson-UTI Energy (PTEN) provided an update on its revenues and earnings for 4Q16. PTEN expects its revenues to increase 20% to $247 million in 4Q16, compared to $206.3 million in 3Q16.
At the end of 3Q16, Huntsman’s (HUN) debt stood at $4.6 billion.
Huntsman’s (HUN) interest expense in the first three quarters of 2016 hovered between $50 million to $52 million per quarter.
On December 30, 2016, Huntsman (HUN) announced the completion of the previously announced sale of its European surfactants business to Innospec (IOSP).
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With a 29% share in 2016, the healthcare sector has brought the highest number of IPOs to the market for the fourth consecutive year.
Trivago is currently hiring accounting staff, which means that costs could rise and investors could have to wait until the company gains clarity with respect to its accounting practices.
Trivago spends a great deal of money on its popular ads. Three of its ads rank among the top ten most-watched travel videos on YouTube for 2016.
Trivago spends heavily on television ads—so much so that its expenses currently outweigh revenues. As a result, the company has yet to book a profit.