Moody's: Global Growth Will Narrow Spreads

Sheahan, Matthew
December 2010
High Yield Report;12/6/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 49, p26
The article focuses on report issued by Moody's Investors Service on December 6, 2010, which predicts improvement in global economy and the narrowing of credit spreads.


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