High Yield Experts Agree: Buyers Beware

M. S.
June 2007
Bank Loan Report;6/18/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 24, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that high yield investors, investment bankers and analysts agreed that market conditions in Manhattan are different from previous cycles. It states that the leading cause for such tension is the level of risk in debt. According to Martin Fridson, chief executive officer (CEO) of Fridson Vision, a very slow economic growth have a significant impact on the default rates of borrowers. He added that default rates increase significantly when engage to slow growth.


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