Markit Launches New Loan Index

Colter, Allison Bisbey
October 2011
High Yield Report;10/17/2011, p20
The article reports on the launching of the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Leveraged Loan Index in 2011. It discusses the framework of the second benchmark for dollar-denominated leveraged loans and the first one, Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Leveraged Loan Index, launched in 2010. Comment from Armins Rusis, managing director and global head of data of Markit, is presented.


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