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above 20% is pretty significant
Agreed- it could mean changes to what they make, how they make it, etc. Not to imply that those changes, if any, would be for better or worse.
I agree as well. I was dealing with a client who has a 4% stake in a company and he is VERY influential with the board of directors. I'm curious as to why bonds were not issued instead if they were just looking for some extra money.
The debt markets are stagnant and highly illiquid, causing debt securities to be overpriced. If they issued debt they'd be likely paying a very high interest rate (~10 - 15%), severely constraining cash flow going forward. Now's not the time to be raising debt capital.
This makes sense. I know corporate and real estate bonds are suffering right now.