Walking On Eggshells

Tunick, Britt Erica; O'Leary, Christopher
April 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;4/5/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 14, p32
Trade Publication
Explores the performance of the U.S. capital markets. Initial public offerings; Qualities of companies that have been making their way to market; Investors' appetite for risk; Performance of the high-yield bond market; Impact of the merger and acquisition activity; Increase in deals tailored to make issuer financing more flexible.


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