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Apple Raises $2 Billion From Its First Yen Bond

Thursday, 04 Jun 2015 08:54 AM

Apple's first yen bond sale has raised $2 billion for the company, according to a regulatory filing Thursday.

Apple's 250 billion Japanese yen-denominated bond has a coupon of 0.350 percent and matures in five years, according to a term sheet filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The joint book-running managers are Goldman Sachs International and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International PLC.

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Apple's first yen bond sale has raised $2 billion for the company, according to a regulatory filing Thursday.
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