In the FMCG market Colgate Palmolive (Colgate), Unilever and Procter and Gamble (P&G) have all issued in September with P&G leading the field.
In the month of September, Procter and Gamble has issued 23 CPs all denominated in EUR with a total value of EUR2bn (USD2.23bn). P&G’s single largest CP had a value of EUR250m with a term of three months.
Unilever has issued 7 CPs denominated in GBP, EUR and USD in September with a total value of USD822m. Colgate has issued just one CP worth EUR67m in September. J&J has not issued since 2014.
Looking at long-term debt outstanding over a 7-year period, P&G has consistently had the most outstanding. Levels of outstanding Bonds and MTNs at J&J, Colgate and Unilever have all followed similar patterns, increasing over the 2014-2015 period.
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Report: By issuer
Report currency: USD
Report type: Outstanding
Start Date: 23 Sept 2008
End Date: 24 Sept 2015
Security types: MTN; Bond
Industry sector: Household Goods & Textiles
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