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Navistar International Corp (NAV.N)

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Mon, Nov 6 2017

BRIEF-Navistar announces closing of $1.1 bln senior notes offering

* Navistar announces closing of $1,100,000,000 senior notes offering and results to date of tender offer and consent solicitation Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Navistar announces completion of refinancing of its senior secured term loan

* Navistar announces completion of refinancing of its senior secured term loan

BRIEF-Navistar reports proposed offering of senior notes

* Navistar International Corp - ‍plans to issue, subject to market conditions, $1,100 million of new senior notes due 2025​

BRIEF-Navistar announces launch of refinancing of its senior secured term loan

* Navistar announces launch of refinancing of its senior secured term loan

BRIEF-Navistar announces tender offer and consent solicitation of outstanding senior notes

* Navistar announces tender offer and consent solicitation of outstanding senior notes

Shaky NAFTA deal threatens Navistar's Mexico-made exports to world

MONTERREY, Mexico Less than half the trucks exported from Navistar's mammoth Escobedo plant in Mexico are sold in North America but the factory's success remains tightly tied to the uncertain future of the region's NAFTA free trade deal. | Video

UPDATE 1-Shaky NAFTA deal threatens Navistar's Mexico-made exports to world

MONTERREY, Mexico, Oct 9 Less than half the trucks exported from Navistar's mammoth Escobedo plant in Mexico are sold in North America but the factory's success remains tightly tied to the uncertain future of the region's NAFTA free trade deal.

RPT-Shaky NAFTA deal threatens Navistar's Mexico-made exports to world

MONTERREY, Mexico, Oct 9 Less than half the trucks exported from Navistar's mammoth Escobedo plant in Mexico are sold in North America but the factory's success remains tightly tied to the uncertain future of the region's NAFTA free trade deal.

Shaky NAFTA deal threatens Navistar's Mexico-made exports to world

MONTERREY, Mexico, Oct 9 Less than half the trucks exported from Navistar's mammoth Escobedo plant in Mexico are sold in North America but the factory's success remains tightly tied to the uncertain future of the region's NAFTA free trade deal.

BRIEF-Navistar- Volkswagen truck & bus alliance update

* Navistar International Corp - expects to be in a position to launch its first medium-duty electric powered vehicle in late 2019 or early 2020 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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