$S $TMUS $MSFT $SPX: Sprint Bonds Moved the High-Yield Market. That Hardly Ever Happens.

Date: Friday, February 14th, 2020

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Source: Barron’s (https://www.barrons.com)

Summary: The telecommunications company’s debt soared early this week on the news that it will be allowed to merge with its peer T-Mobile US.

Full article address: https://on.barrons.com/37qmfWK

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