Based in New York, Nina manages Bloomberg’s coverage of investment-grade bonds and loans, structured finance, ESG and Latin American & Canadian credit markets.
She previously worked as a Bureau Chief at the Wall Street Journal and led its corporate finance vertical.
Nina relocated to the U.S. in 2019 after three years with the WSJ in London. Prior to her time with the Wall Street Journal, she worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai.
Corporate America Hit by Rate-Sticker Shock
Interest costs at US companies rose by nearly 20% on average in the first quarter compared to a year earlier. That sticker shock is leading some businesses to look for savings, while others are tapping new, alternative funding sources.
Debt Ceiling in Focus as Banking Turmoil Persists
As the regional bank turmoil continues and markets digest the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate hike, investors and executives are turning to the next big question: What if lawmakers fail to resolve the standoff around the U.S. debt ceiling?
Marriott Plans to Turn to Bond Markets Again This Year, CFO Says
Marriott plans to tap the debt markets again this year to raise funding for upcoming maturities “as market conditions allow,” finance chief Leeny Oberg tells Bloomberg News.
Inflation Has Firms Using Derivatives to Lock In Funding Costs
U.S. companies are turning to derivatives to lock in future borrowing costs, as CFOs worry that financing will grow more expensive amid stubborn inflation, even if markets are bracing for rate cuts in 2023.
BMW Supplier ZF Friedrichshafen Weighs Another Dollar Bond Sale
ZF Friedrichshafen is weighing another dollar bond sale to refinance upcoming maturities after the German auto parts supplier – which generates about 25% of revenues stateside – tapped US-based investors, ending a yearslong hiatus.
Conagra in No Rush to Address $500 Million Bond Maturity, CFO Says
Conagra isn’t in a hurry to tap the credit markets, even though it has $500 million in debt coming due in less than four months. Highly rated companies usually try to refinance much earlier than that. Here’s why Conagra is waiting.
The ongoing standoff around the U.S. debt ceiling and its impact on markets.
The Fed’s final interest rate hike?