"Are Companies Borrowing Themselves Into Trouble?"
"Are companies borrowing themselves into trouble?" (News: Analysis & Commentary, Apr. 19) misquoted the bank research firm Veribanc Inc. The total of seriously delinquent loans rose from $8.6 billion in December, 1997, to $10.4 billion in December, 1998. The figures in the story were for the total amount of commercial loans.
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