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Comcast closes $27B offering of floating-rate, fixed-rate notes

Comcast Corp. on Oct. 5 closed the issuance and sale of a $27 billion offering of floating-rate notes and fixed-rate notes to finance its acquisition of Sky PLC.

The offering included $1.25 billion of its floating-rate notes due 2020, $1 billion of its floating-rate notes due 2021, $500 million of its floating-rate notes due 2024, $1.75 billion of its 3.300% notes due 2020, $2 billion of its 3.450% notes due 2021, $2.5 billion of its 3.700% notes due 2024, $3 billion of its 3.950% notes due 2025, $4 billion of its 4.150% notes due 2028, $1.5 billion of its 4.250% notes due 2030, $3 billion of its 4.600% notes due 2038, $4 billion of its 4.700% notes due 2048 and $2.5 billion of its 4.950% notes due 2058, according to a Form 8-K filed Oct. 5.

The notes are guaranteed on an unsecured and unsubordinated basis by Comcast Cable Communications LLC and NBCUniversal Media LLC.