Aon Corp., the world’s largest insurance brokerage, is marketing debt as cash flows into global bond funds at the fastest pace on record.
Companies are planning to sell at least $4.25 billion of debt as offerings of high-yield, high- risk bonds halted for a seventh trading day amid signs of a slowing economy.
Companies are planning to sell at least $4.25 billion of debt as signs show the U.S. economic recovery may falter.
Companies are planning at least $3.5 billion of debt as weakening investor confidence in the economic recovery threatens the pace of issuance.
American International Group Inc. , the insurer majority-owned by the U.S., may sell debt as returns on corporate bonds exceed those on government securities.
Mueller Water Products Inc. , the maker of pipes and valves for water distribution and treatment centers, plans debt as corporate yields hover near record lows.
Aon Corp., the world’s largest insurance brokerage, plans to sell debt as insurers issue bonds at the fastest pace since February.
Chemtura Corp ., the bankrupt plastic-additives maker, plans to sell high-yield, high-risk debt as junk issuance is poised for its busiest week this year.
PetroQuest Energy Inc. , an oil and gas explorer operating on the U.S. Gulf Coast, plans to sell debt as Federal Reserve policy makers said the economic recovery may slow.
Stericycle Inc. , the Illinois-based provider of regulated medical waste management services, plans to sell $400 million of debt after July issuance jumped to the highest since March.