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23 Sep 2016
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Wed, Sep 14 2016

BRIEF-Inmarsat launches new senior notes offering of $400 mln due 2024

* Notes will be issued as part of Inmarsat group's ongoing plans to optimise financing costs and group's debt maturity profile.

BRIEF-Inmarsat places $650 mln convertible bond

* Successfully places $650 million convertible bond due 2023 and repurchases of all of outstanding convertible bonds due 2017 for consideration of approximately $390 million

BRIEF-Inmarsat offers new convertible bond of up to $600 mln due 2023

* New convertible bond offering of up to $600 million due 2023 and repurchase of outstanding $287.7 million convertible bonds due 2017

Inmarsat returns to revenue growth in Q2

LONDON, Aug 4 British satellite operator Inmarsat reported a rise in revenue in the second quarter, more than reversing a dip in the first quarter, as its customers used its broadband terminals to improve efficiency in tough shipping and energy markets.

BRIEF-Inmarsat retruns to growth in Q2 with 6 pct revenue rise

* Inmarsat returned to growth in q2, more than compensating for a soft q1.

BRIEF-Kongsberg Norspace wins orders for deliveries to Inmarsat 6

* Kongsberg norspace wins order with airbus defence and space for state-of-art converters for two Inmarsat-6 satellites worth up to 300 million Norwegian crowns ($35 million)

BRIEF-Inmarsat says Airbus selects co's service for cockpit communicatio solution for 2 model range

* Inmarsat's swiftbroadband-safety (sb-s) service has been selected by Airbus as a cockpit communications solution for its A320 and A330 aircraft families Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 80 6749 1136)

BRIEF-Inmarsat, Marlink sign 5-year deal on Fleet Xpress

* Marlink and Inmarsat enter strategic alliance for fleet Xpress broadband services

Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100 index

LONDON, June 1 Hikma Pharmaceuticals will be promoted to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares since March, while satellite company Inmarsat will drop out of the FTSE.

CORRECTED-BUZZ-Inmarsat: falls on negative read-through from Eutelsat

** Taken from Fri's low, Inmarsat has lost c.780 mln stg of its market cap since May 4, day before it cut FY revs guidance, citing tough trading environment & weakening demand

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