Coca-Cola Bond Sale Includes Notes That Pay Less Than Bank RateZeke Faux
Coca-Cola Co. sold $2.75 billion of bonds, including short-term notes that pay less interest than an interbank lending benchmark, taking advantage of corporate borrowing costs that are near the lowest on record.
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