Apple to issue up to $12 billion in bonds [CHARTS]
Apple Inc. announced on Tuesday that the company would look to sell between $10 billion and $12 billion in corporate bonds. Despite having more than $200 billion in cash, Apple is selling the new round of bonds to help fund dividends and share buybacks. Apple was joined by IBM, Comcast, and Toyota in US corporate bond offerings on Tuesday.
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See the following visualizations which highlight Apple’s long-term debt to assets ratio and current day performance, as well as average yield to maturity for Moodys seasoned corporate bonds.
Apple Inc. (AAPL) Quarterly Long-Term Debt to Assets Ratio
Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock Price – Current Day
Corporate Bonds Moodys Seasoned AAA – 1 Year
Corporate Bonds Moodys Seasoned AAA