Market Frets Lehman’s Asset Unwind

Angst and speculation gripped the market Monday as bankers and investors wrestled with the impending fallout from Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy filing.

  • 15 Sep 2008

--Leela Parker

Angst and speculation gripped the market Monday as bankers and investors wrestled with the impending fallout from Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy filing. The firm’s wide variety of assets will be difficult to offload, according to a collateralized debt obligation manager. “There is no home for the assets in ...

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