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Altria Bonds Give Investors ‘Instant Gratification’

In credit markets Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke says are broken, the best investment in the first quarter was newly issued corporate bonds. Buyers earned an average of 2.4 percent, or about $8.5 billion, as the debt outperformed Treasuries, stocks and other corporate securities. Non-financial companies sold a record $332 billion of investment-grade bonds in dollars, pounds and euros in the quarter, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

To ensure they could raise cash amid the worst financial and economic crisis since the Great Depression, borrowers offered yields that were an average 50 basis points higher than existing debt, according to Bank of America Corp. This so-called new issue concession helped bonds of Altria Group Inc., the largest U.S. discount cigarettes company, rise 7 percent since their sale on Feb. 3. New corporate debt is “definitely one of the safest plays out there,” said Arthur Tetyevsky, chief fixed-income strategist at CF Global Trading UK Ltd. in New York. “You get instant gratification.”

While issuance of non-financial company bonds was more than triple that of the same period last year, the concessions signal that Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner haven’t thawed credit markets yet. Financial firms can only tap the bond markets by selling notes with a government guarantee, and most high-yield borrowers remain unable to sell debt with yields as high as 20 percent, more than double those of two years ago. < /p>

Junk Sales
Sales of high-yield, high-risk, or junk, bonds in the U.S. are down 70 percent from 2007 to $12.5 billion, while the market in Europe is all but closed, Bloomberg data show. The extra yield investors demand to own bonds of industrial companies rather than Treasuries was 4.62 percentage points today, according to Merrill Lynch & Co.’s Industrial Corporates index. While that’s down from the record 6.03 percentage points on Dec. 10, it’s up from about 1 percentage point two years ago. A basis point is 0.01 percentage point.

“Credit market dysfunction” is countering efforts to fix the economy, Bernanke said in a March 20 speech in Phoenix. The Fed’s March 18 plan to buy as much as $300 billion in Treasuries and $750 billion of mortgage-backed securities from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae is “intended to improve conditions in private credit markets,” he said. “Although low interest rates and ongoing fiscal stimulus will help, we cannot have a vigorous economic recovery unless we succeed in restoring a reasonable degree of financial stability,” Bernanke said.

GDP Shrinkage
Central bank policy makers are determined to cut borrowing rates to increase spending and end the recession. Gross domestic product shrank 6.3 percent in the fourth quarter, the most since 1982. On March 19, investors requested $4.7 billion of financing to buy securities backed by auto loans and credit cards through the Fed’s Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility, set up to unfreeze consumer lending. Companies including Dearborn, Michigan-based Ford Motor Co. sold $8.3 billion of securities eligible for the program.

Overall borrowing costs are about the lowest since credit markets seized up in September after the Fed cut its target lending rate close to zero. Average yields on U.S. non-financial debt fell to 6.8 percent from 7.42 percent at the end of 2008 and 8.74 percent on Oct. 30, according to Merrill index data. European rates declined to an 11-month low of 5.37 percent from 6.94 percent on Oct. 28. ‘Attractive’

“Ultimately, when you look at the coupons, some of them are nothing short of spectacular,” said Jim Probert, head of U.S. investment-grade syndicate at Bank of America in New York. “It’s been an attractive funding environment” for the best- rated companies. In the 10 years through July 2007, U.S. industrial bond yields averaged 6.2 percent, according to Merrill Lynch. The European average was 4.72 percent for non-financial debt.

Dollar-denominated new issue corporate debt gained an average of 1.8 percent this quarter, excluding reinvested interest, as spreads over Treasuries narrowed 0.25 percentage point, according to data compiled by Bloomberg and Trace, the bond-price reporting system of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Bonds sold in pounds and euros rose 3.3 percent.

By comparison, Treasuries and U.S. investment-grade debt both fell 1.43 percent, and European company bonds declined 0.42 percent, according to Merrill index data. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index is down 12 percent for the year.
‘Very Tempted’
“Falling yields and high spreads are helping the current new issue environment because investors are being compensated, while at the same time issuers are very tempted to come to the market,” said Jeroen van den Broek, head of investment-grade strategy at ING Groep NV in Amsterdam.

“The new issue corporate bond market should remain strong for at least a couple more months,” he said. To help finance its acquisition of snuff maker UST Inc., Richmond, Virginia-based Altria offered a yield spread of 6.375 percentage points over Treasuries on the 10-year portion of the $4.23 billion of bonds it sold. The spread, representing a new- issue concession of about 0.84 percentage point to similar debt, was the most the company ever paid on a 10-year note, Bloomberg data show.

The 9.25 percent notes, due in 2019, surged 7 percent to 107 cents on the dollar, according to Trace. Investors made $215 million on all three parts of the Altria sale.
‘The Right Time’
“We thought it was the right time and we raised the money,” Altria spokesman David Sylvia said. “At the end of the day, because the acquisition was strategically smart for us, even given those increased costs it made sense to finish this transaction when we did.”

Consumers Energy Co., Michigan’s second-largest utility, took advantage of investor demand to raise $500 million on March 2, at yields higher than the company paid six months earlier, in case borrowing costs should rise further, Chief Financial Officer Thomas Webb said. The 6.7 percent first-mortgage bonds due in 2019 have jumped 6.5 percent since the sale, representing a profit of about $32.2 million, according to Trace.

“You really have to gauge the market well and not try to be too greedy, while trying not to leave anything on the table,” Webb said in an interview. “Companies need to be on their toes.” Consumers Energy is based in Jackson, Michigan.
Record Sale
Roche Holding AG, the world’s biggest drugmaker by market value, in February and March raised a record $40.3 billion in dollars, pounds, euros and Swiss francs to finance its hostile bid for South San Francisco-based Genentech Inc.

Since the sale, the bonds have gained an average of 3.3 percent, or $1.2 billion in total profit, Bloomberg data show. Basel, Switzerland-based Roche completed the $46.8 billion acquisition last week. Pfizer Inc. sold $13.5 billion in the U.S. on March 17 to help the New York-based drugmaker fund its $64.2 billion proposed purchase of Wyeth. The securities have appreciated 5.4 percent, or $768 million.

“Only the best names have been able to come to market,” said Puneet Sharma, head of investment-grade credit strategy at Barclays Capital in London. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Chevron Corp. and other “high- quality” companies opted to tap the market now at “very attractive” rates to pre-fund investments or maturities while there’s still plenty of demand, said James Merli, head of U.S. debt syndicate at Barclays Capital in New York. Treasurers worry that borrowing costs may rise later this year, he said.

“They’ve seen in the past six months that there are periods of time when liquidity wasn’t available,” Merli said.
‘Pay the Price’
Wal-Mart sold $1 billion of 5- and 10-year notes in dollars on Jan. 15 and 1 billion pounds ($1.4 billion) of 25-year bonds on March 20, Bloomberg data show. On Feb. 26, Chevron raised $5 billion in an offering of debt due in 3, 5 and 10 years.

“Anyone who can issue should issue,” Sharma said. “You might as well pay the price now rather than in the future if things go really bad.”

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