September HY Volume 2nd Lowest Since 2009

Sheahan, Matthew
October 2011
High Yield Report;10/10/2011, p9
The article focuses on a report from Dealogic, which claims that the global junk bond issuance in September 2011 was five times higher than in August 2011, but was the second-lowest monthly volume since March 2009, when the market was still recovering from the credit crisis.


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