Cemex Pays up to Extend Loans

Dec 17, 2008

Mexico’s Cemex is paying a significant premium to term out as much as $4.7bn in loans by 1-2 years, following downgrade to junk amid looming nearby debt maturities. The refinance involves bilaterals and part of a 2006 Rinker acquisition facility. Bankers on the deal say the company hopes to close renegotiations by the end of...

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