One Year Ago In The Credit Markets

31 Aug 2009

Amidst a major downturn in the credit markets, even before the disaster of September 2008, market players were shunning leveraged buyout deals, and saying that regular corporate financing was a preferred investment.

Amidst a major downturn in the credit markets, even before the disaster of September 2008, market players were shunning leveraged buyout deals, and saying that regular corporate financing was a preferred investment. A number of corporate deals including Brocade, Invitrogen and Fresenius were in the market. [The market ...

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