Corporate Europe's Borrowing Binge
Investment banks in London, Frankfurt, and Paris thought corporate bond issues in Europe would grind to a virtual halt this quarter. After raising more than $600 billion in 2001, companies pulled in their horns last year as the euro-zone economy struggled to recover from recession. New-issue volumes slumped almost 20% during 2002.
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