Good analysis on this thread. I have a question to those of you who understand Finance. There is a negative sentiment that because CHK rating is dropped its borrowing cost will go up. For instance, the 2022 Bonds are now yielding much more. Agreed but should not the change in the face value of current Bonds be the headache of those who bought them. I would think that CHK would be affected only if it issues new Bonds. Is this assumption true? Please comment.
Second question. Does anyone know when some of this long term Debt is maturing. I presume it will not be a single number but something like xx maturing in 1Q16, yyy maturing in 2Q16 and so on. Do we have this data.