New Issue - Dell sells $1.0 bln in two parts
June 10 (Reuters) - Dell Inc DELL.O, the world's No. 2 PC maker, on Wednesday sold $1 billion in a two-part debt sale, said IFR, a Thomson Reuters service.
Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, and HSBC were the joint bookrunning managers for the sale. BORROWER: DELL INC FIRST TRANCHE: AMT $400 MLN COUPON 3.375 PCT MATURITY 6/15/2012 TYPE NOTES ISS PRICE 99.932 FIRST PAY 12/15/2009 MOODY'S A2 YIELD 3.399 PCT SETTLEMENT 6/15/2009 S&P A-MINUS SPREAD 150 BPS PAY FREQ SEMI-ANNUAL FITCH SINGLE-A MORE THAN TREAS MAKE-WHOLE CALL 25 BPS SECOND TRANCHE: AMT $600 MLN COUPON 5.875 PCT MATURITY 6/15/2019 TYPE NOTES ISS PRICE 99.933 FIRST PAY 12/15/2009 MOODY'S A2 YIELD 5.884 PCT SETTLEMENT 6/15/2009 S&P A-MINUS SPREAD 195 BPS PAY FREQ SEMI-ANNUAL FITCH SINGLE-A MORE THAN TREAS MAKE-WHOLE CALL 30 BPS
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