Abengoa pays high price for bond market return

April 17, 2015 4:48 PM

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LONDON, April 17 (IFR) - Abengoa regained access to the bond market this week, something that seemed impossible just six months ago, but it had to pay a high price to convince badly burnt investors to buy its debt.

The Spanish clean energy firm paid substantially more than when it last tapped the euro bond market, despite a revamped effort to cut corporate costs.

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