Secondary Volumes Sees Pop Despite Correction

21 Dec 2007

The secondary market continued to become more liquid in the third quarter, despite the broad decline in loan values, according to a study by the Loan Syndication and Trading Association.

The secondary market continued to become more liquid in the third quarter, despite the broad decline in loan values, according to a study by the Loan Syndication and Trading Association. Third quarter secondary trade volume was $146 billion, a record high, while total trade volume rose quarter-over-quarter by ...

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