Like Magic, August's Loan Deals Reappear

Colter, Allison Bisbey
September 2011
High Yield Report;9/19/2011, p1
The article focuses on the relaunching of loan deals by various banks. On August 2011, a number of loan deals were sidelined wherein the pipeline of leveraged loans went down. The banks are preparing to launch the deals following the stabilization of leveraged loan market. Most of the deals will be used to fund the pre-announced buyouts as the banks commit to finance them before the market sold off.


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