Microsoft Debt Offering - Borrowing $3.75 Billion

Microsoft announced the pricing of its offering of $3.75 billion of senior unsecured notes. The notes consist of the following tranches: 2 billion of 2.95 percent notes due June 1, 2014; $1 billion of 4.20 percent notes due June 1, 2019; [and] $750 million of 5.20 percent notes due June 1, 2039,” Microsoft stated. On all […]

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Microsoft announced the pricing of its offering of $3.75 billion of senior unsecured notes. The notes consist of the following tranches: 2 billion of 2.95 percent notes due June 1, 2014; $1 billion of 4.20 percent notes due June 1, 2019; [and] $750 million of 5.20 percent notes due June 1, 2039,” Microsoft stated. On all notes, Microsoft is offering a percentage point consistently larger than what the US Treasuries are paying, for example.

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