January Issuance Falls Short Of Expectations

Keegan, Jeffrey; ROPER, AKIL SALIM
January 1999
Private Placement Letter;01/25/99, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p2
Assesses the performance of the United States corporate bond market at the start of 1999. Comments from some private placement buyers; Factors that have encouraged some issuers to remain on the sidelines.


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