April 2003
Investment Dealers' Digest;4/28/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 17, p21
Trade Publication
This article presents tabular information about loans that are in process in the U.S. as of April 28, 2003. Loan package amount borrowed by CR Bard Inc. is 100 million dollars. Books runners for Comcast Corp. are JP Morgan Chase and Bank America. The article also contains description for various loans.


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