Getting their appetite back

Evans, Melanie
October 2011
Modern Healthcare;10/31/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 44, p6
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The author reports that not-for-profit hospitals that are in need of capital take advantage of the dropping rates in investment. He believes that the appetite of healthcare borrowers for loans directly from banks strengthen since 2010 even if the activity in the municipal markets has been modest. According to him, the borrowing risks affect hospitals and healthcare systems since the credit crisis are reduced by the bonds which are sold directly to banks.


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