Lack Of Appetite For Large Deals Continues

Large deals continued to struggle last week in the primary market as the lead banks pushed commitments back for ServiceMaster and reworked the financing for Chrysler Financial.

  • 20 Jul 2007
Large deals continued to struggle last week in the primary market as the lead banks pushed commitments back for ServiceMaster and reworked the financing for Chrysler Financial. Investors anticipate the financing for Chrysler Automotive will also be reworked. ServiceMaster has been creeping through the market and investors said ...

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