Investors Still Waiting For September Deal Rush

Primack, Dan
September 1999
Private Placement Letter;09/20/99, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p1
Reports that investors are still waiting for the decrease in issuance volume before resuming their marketing operations. Remarks from Dick Waugh of the Principal Insurance Group; Foreseen adverse effects of the Year 2000 date conversion problem.


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