Certain Toys 'R' Us Inc. bondholders have hired advisers to promote their interests as the toy retailer works out its debt refinancing plan.
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Toys 'R' Us faces a daunting debt maturity wall in 2016, and sources said the retailer should evaluate its refinancing options as soon as possible.
Certain bondholders of Toys 'R' Us have formed a group to seek covenant modifications with a goal of making refinancing for the retailer easier.
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