- Apple (AAPL) is making preparations to raise $17B in international and domestic bonds in order to help finance its stock-repurchase program, which the company has raised to $90B from $60B.
- Apple has a cash pile of $150B, but $130B is held overseas, and repatriating it would incur a tax rate of 35%.
- A debt sale would add to the $17B that Apple raised a year ago, when demand topped $50B.
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