Apple has issued new long-term bonds worth 6,5 billion dollars. According to the company the new series of different maturity bonds have been made to take advantage of a drop in borrowing costs to fund its aggressive share buyback programme. The company has boughts its own shares worth 45 billion dollars back during the past 12 months.

The long-term bechmark bonds have been in all time low during the recent weeks. For example the US-30 year Treasury has been 2,22 per cent, UK benchmark at 2,02 per cent and German Bunds at 0,97 per cent.

 

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