Forward Calendar - U.S. corporate bond new issues

Tue Apr 2, 2013 2:44pm EDT

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April 2 (Reuters) - The following are lists of upcoming high-grade and
high-yield corporate bond offerings in the United States. The information was
gathered from Thomson Reuters U.S. new issues team, and other market sources:  
*Denotes 144a private placement debt offering.  
HIGH-GRADE BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 4/1/2013                         
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
Barclays Bank plc $TBA      10-yr     NA/BBB-/BBB-   BARC/BAML/BNP/MS/WF        
Boston Properties $500 mln  10-yr     Baa2/A-/BBB    BAML/CITI/DB/MS         4/2
Home Depot        $1.0 bln  10-yr     A3/A-/NA       BAML/BARC/JPM/MS        4/2
Home Depot        $1.0 bln  30-yr     A3/A-/NA       BAML/BARC/JPM/MS        4/2
Intl Finance Corp $TBA       5-yr     Aaa/AAA/NA     CITI/JPM/NOM               
Int'l Flavors     $300 mln  10-yr     Baa1/BBB/NA    JPM/MS                  4/1
*Kerry Group      $750 mln  10-yr     Baa2/BBB+/NA   BAML/BNP/CITI/RBS       4/2
SPLIT-RATED BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 4/1/2013                        
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
Digital Realty    $225 mln  perpetual Baa3/BB+/NA    BAML/MS/WFS                
HIGH-YIELD BOND SALES EXPECTED FOR THE WEEK OF 4/1/2013                         
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
*American Builder $600 mln   8-yr     B3/B/NA        DB/UBS/BAML                
DISH DBS Corp     $TBA       5-yr     Ba2/BB-/NA                                
DISH DBS Corp     $TBA       7-yr     Ba2/BB-/NA                                
*Continental Res  $1.0 bln  10-yr     Ba2/BB+/NA     BAML/JPM/RBS/MUFJ/WFS      
PREVIOUS HIGH-GRADE SALES                                                       
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
American Campus   $400 mln  10-yr     Baa3/BBB-/NA   DB/JPM/BAML/WF         3/25
Assurant Inc      $350 mln   5-yr     Baa2/BBB/NA    BAML/JPM               3/25
Assurant Inc      $350 mln  10-yr     Baa2/BBB/NA    BAML/JPM               3/25
Bnco Credito Peru $350 mln  10-yr     Baa2/NA/BBB+   CITI/JPM/BCP           3/25
Carlyle Holdings  $400 mln  30-yr     NR/A-/A-       CITI/JPM/CS/GS/MS      3/25
GE Capital Corp   $400 mln 5-yr frn   A1/AA+/NA      BARC/CITI/GS/JPM       3/25
GE Capital Corp   $1 bln     5-yr     A1/AA+/NA      BARC/CITI/GS/JPM       3/25
*RCI Banque       $600 mln   5-yr     Baa3/BBB/NA    BAML/CITI/HSBC/SG      3/25
Rentenbank        $1.75 bln  5-yr     Aaa/AAA/AAA    CS/DB/JPM/TD           3/26
SEK               $1.3 bln   5-yr     Aa1/AA+/NR     CITI/DAIWA/DB/MS       3/27
*SES Global Amer  $750 mln  10-yr     Baa2/BBB/BBB   BAML/GS/JPM            3/26
*SES Global Amer  $250 mln  30-yr     Baa2/BBB/BBB   BAML/GS/JPM            3/26
*SQM              $300 mln  10-yr     Baa1/BBB/NA    BAML/JPM/SC            3/26
*Taiwan Semi      $350 mln   3-yr     A1/A+/NA       GS                     3/27
*Taiwan Semi      $1.15 bln  5-yr     A1/A+/NA       GS                     3/27
*Wilton Re        $300 mln  20-yr     NA/BBB/BBB     CITI/RBC/USB/WF        3/25
PREVIOUS SPLIT-RATED BOND SALES                                                 
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
Boston Properties $200 mln perpetual  Baa3/BBB/BB+   WFS/BAML/MS            3/18
CMS Energy        $250 mln  30-yr     Baa3/BBB-/BB+  BAML/BNP/JPM/MUS       3/19
PREVIOUS HIGH-YIELD BOND SALES                                                  
COMPANY           AMT       MAT/DEBT  RTGS           MGRS                 PRICED
*Arcelink         $500 mln  10-yr     NR/BB+/BB+     BAML/JPM/RBS           3/25
CITIC             $500 mln   7-yr     Ba1/BB+/NA     HSBC/UBS               3/27
DDR Corp          $150 mln perpetual  Ba1/B+/BB-     CITI/JPM/RBC/UBS/WF    3/25
*DTEK             $600 mln   5-yr     B3/B/NA        DB/ING/JPM             3/26
*First Data Corp  $815 mln   8-yr     Caa1/B-/NA     CITI/DB/WF/BAML/CS/    3/26
Graphic Packaging $425 mln   8-yr     Ba3/BB+/NA     BAML/JPN/CITI/GS/STRH  3/25
Navistar Int'l    $300 mln  7.5-yr    B3/CCC+/NA     JPM/CS/GS/BAML         3/27
*TMK Capital      $500 mln   7-yr     B1/B+/NA       CITI/DB/JPM            3/25
DEALS RECENTLY POSTPONED                                                        
COMPANY           AMT         MAT/DEBT   RTGS        MGRS         DATE POSTPONED
*DVB Bank         $500 mln     5-yr      NA/A+/A+    CITI/JPM/UBS           1/9 
MANAGERS:                          SYNDICATE DESK NUMBERS:                      
                                                 HIGH-YIELD    HIGH-GRADE       
BARC   Barclays Capital                          212-412-3889  212-412-2663     
BNP    BNP Paribas                                             212-841-3435     
CITI   Citigroup Global Markets                  212-723-6020  212-723-6121     
CS     Credit Suisse                                           212-325-3325     
DB     Deutsche Bank                             212-250-8314  212-250-6801     
GS     Goldman Sachs & Co                        212-357-0347  212-902-5954     
HSBC   HSBC Securities                           212-525-4102  212-525-4102     
JPM    J.P. Morgan Chase & Co                                  212-834-4533     
MIZ    Mizuho Securities                         212-205-7543  212-205-7543     
MS     Morgan Stanley                            212-761-2031  212-761-2000     
NOM    Nomura                                    212-667-1476  212-667-1476     
RBC    RBC Capital Markets                       212-618-2205  212-858-7232     
RBS    RBS                                       203-897-6981  203-897-6553     
SUN    Suntrust                                                404-926-5604     
UBS    UBS Investment Bank                                     203-719-1088
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