Winds of change

Pizzani, Lori
April 2008
Employee Benefit News;Apr2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p43
The article focuses on the prediction of mutual fund portfolio managers and analysts that the subprime loan crisis will blow over. It mentions that the high-yield bond market also felt the impact of the crisis. It accounts fund managers who are taking an opportunistic approach to the credit crisis including Michael Corelli who is seeking to profit from growth in litigation, legislation and regulation caused by the meltdown.


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