CIT Bonds Pummeled As Bankruptcy Speculation Mounts

Middle-market lender CIT Group’s bonds plunged as much as 25 points in heavy trading Monday as speculation about a possible bankruptcy filing gained traction over the weekend.

  • 13 Jul 2009

--Leela Parker

Middle-market lender CIT Group’s bonds plunged as much as 25 points in heavy trading Monday as speculation about a possible bankruptcy filing gained traction over the weekend. Bankruptcy fears were sparked Friday when CIT confirmed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has yet to approve its application for ...

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