U.S. Distressed Debt Market Shrinking

The U.S. distressed debt market is shrinking as investor demand has boosted price for even the worst securities.

  • 16 Dec 2009
The U.S. distressed debt market is shrinking as investor demand has boosted price for even the worst securities. According to data from JPMorgan Chase, distressed debt’s percentage of the high-yield market has plunged from 27.5% a year ago to just 1.1%. Prices for the riskiest debt have made ...

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