Rolls-Royce’s dollar bonds were up over 1 point after the company saw a record number of car sales. It sold 6,021 cars, up 8% YoY its highest ever. About 33% of its sales come from the Americas, 25% from China and 20% from Europe. It said that the spike in sales were helped by customization on cars with add-ons with the average Rolls-Royce car above selling €500,000 for the first time, two times what it sold for a decade ago. The company said that it expects to deliver record profits when it discloses financial figures in the upcoming weeks.

Its 5.75% 2027s were up 1.2 points to 96.6 cents on the dollar, yielding 6.59%.

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