Canada Companies Look South to Issue Debt

Canadian companies have issued about $69 billion of debt in U.S. markets this year, up 12 percent from a year ago. That compares with about C$93 billion in the domestic market, a similar amount -- $70 billion -- when adjusted for currency, and a 3 percent decline from 2015. The move south is being driven by the lure of lower borrowing costs in America’s far larger market, where the high-quality debt of Canadian companies is being lapped up. Bloomberg News' David Scanlan reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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16:03 - Stephen Bannon will leave his role as chief strategist to President Donald Trump, with today being his last day in the White House. Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur and Craig Gordon examine what’s next for the Trump Administration on "Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy." (Source: Bloomberg)
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