- a three-year extension of the maturity—from February 2014 to February 2017;
- an up-front fee and revised margin;
- a US$1 billion pay down in 2013;
- an enhanced guarantor package; and
- revised operational and financial covenants.
The stocks that stand to do well under a Donald Trump presidency pointed to good things in the week leading up to the showdown.
Trump last week discussed his medical history with Dr. Oz and duped the media into broadcasting an endorsement event. Stocks that could prosper under his presidency made similarly odd moves.
Donald Trump saw a rebound in some polls last week; so did some of the stocks that stand to do well with him in the White House.