Lower Credit Quality Favored Among Buyers

Roper, Asir Salim
June 1999
Private Placement Letter;06/07/99, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p5
Reports that investors in the private bond market continued to move down the credit scale in search of higher yield. Deals where investors put a greater emphasis; Comparison of NAIC-1 investments of the total market volume between 1997 and 1998; Why many investors are in the private market.


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