US telcommunications giant, AT&T is expected to increase its global bond offering to $8 billion from the $6 billion it indicated last week.
The debt offerings will partly fund the carrier's $48 billion acquisition of US cable carrier, TCI.
The company also said it expected to be exceed analysts' expectations of $3.28 per share for fiscal 1999, with earnings of between $3.20-3.30.
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