Cooper Refinances Debt

Taking advantage of lower interest rates, Cooper Companies has refinanced its debt and expects the deal to trim earnings per share by $0.14 in the 2011 fiscal year. Excluding debt extinguishment costs of approximately $17.3 million the transaction would have to boost EPS by $0.08.

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