Caesars Entertainment Corp. announced Wednesday it plans to issue $300 million in new debt at a 9 percent rate that would mature in 2020.
The notes would be issued under the same agreements for debt the company issued in August.
Caesars, which has almost $20 billion in long term debt, said it will use proceeds from the new debt offering to pay related fees and expenses and for general corporate purposes.
Up to $150 million of the proceeds would also be used to retire existing debt.
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