High-Yield, High-Risk

December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/13/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31284, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses portfolio management in deciding the right kind of bonds to buy. Explanation of high yield municipal bonds; Risk of default in percentage terms; Investors who can cover the chances of default.


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