CARPINTERIA Calif. CKE Restaurants Inc., the parent to the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s brands, entered into fixed interest rate swap agreements with various bankers in order to stabilize future interest payments on $200 million of the company’s $270 million floating-rate term loan, the company said this month. The agreements with Union Bank of California, BNP Paribas, Rabobank and JP Morgan, call for an interest rate on $200 million of CKE’s term loan debt to be fixed at 6.2159 percent, ...
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