IPOs

UPDATE 1-Suntory Holdings says not considering IPO now

* Listing could be in Tokyo or New York - Nikkei (Updates throughout with comment from sources, details)

NAB to raise up to $385 mln through U.S. subsidiary share sale

SYDNEY, July 28 - National Australia Bank on Tuesday said it will raise up to $385 million by selling its remaining stake in U.S. subsidiary Great Western Bancorp as it looks to boost capital under new regulations.

Regulatory News, 6:05am IST

UPDATE 2-Puerto Rico seeking alternative to $3 bln bond deal -governor's office

July 27 - Puerto Rico is seeking to raise $400 million to $500 million via a financing deal which is backed by petroleum products revenues, as there is no longer a market to raise the around $3 billion originally contemplated, the governor's chief of staff Victor Suarez said on Monday.

4:11am IST

UPDATE 2-Deutsche Boerse buys three companies, raises guidance

* Savings programme to lead to one-time costs of 60 mln euros (Adds new mid-term goals, quarterly results)

Regulatory News, 12:04am IST

Puerto Rico seeking alternative to $3 bln bond deal -governor's office

NEW YORK, July 27 - Puerto Rico is seeking to raise $400 to $500 million via a financing deal which is backed by petroleum-products revenues, as there is no longer a market to raise the around $3 billion originally contemplated, the governor's chief of staff Victor Suarez told reporters on Monday.

27 Jul 2015

CORRECTED-BRIEF-Italy to sell up to 6.25 billion euros in bonds on Thursday

* To offer 4.75-6.25 billion euros over three bonds at July 30 auction

27 Jul 2015

U.S. Treasury to sell $40 bln in 4-week bills

WASHINGTON, July 27 - For details of the U.S. Treasury's auction of 4-week bills on Tuesday, see: http://www.treasurydirect.gov/instit/annceresult/press/preanre/2015/A_20150727_1.pdf (Washington economics newsroom)

27 Jul 2015

Planet Fitness expected to be valued at about $1.58 bln in IPO

July 27 - Planet Fitness Inc, known for its "judgment free zone" fitness centers and low prices, is expected to be valued at nearly $1.58 billion in its initial public offering.

Regulatory News, 27 Jul 2015

RPT-Default worries close bond market door to E&P names

NEW YORK, July 24 (IFR) - US oil exploration and production (E&P) firms are again seeing their access to debt capital markets shrink, after a slide in oil prices put worries about defaults back on the radar.

Bankruptcy, 27 Jul 2015

UPDATE 1-Zegona buys Spain's Telecable for $706 mln in first deal

LONDON, July 27 - An investment vehicle set up by two former Virgin Media executives bought Spanish cable operator Telecable for $706 million including debt on Monday, putting it at the centre of Spain's telecom sector its first deal.