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|Subject: Cooper Tire||Date: 1/8/2013 10:44 AM|
|Author: loveoldcars||Number: 34620 of 35930|
Interesting article on the two bonds outstanding from Cooper Tire (CTB)
As covered in my article, CTB is a highly profitable company that has exhibited strong growth of the past decade. In addition, as a firm CTB is not highly leveraged, making it less acceptable to be adversely affected by business risks. CTB has adequate capital structure for the industry in which it operates and continues to decrease its long-term debt outstanding with timely payments.
As covered in my article, I mentioned CTB debt consists of a line of credit which was recently extended until 2014 and two bonds outstanding. This article provides a brief overview of these bonds and highlights the key attributes relevant to the bonds' future performance.
The article he wrote on CTB is linked in the above link.
rk (own CTB)
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