The Persistent Credit Crunch

Months after the market began feeling the ill effects of subprime "garbage loans," things still look terrible. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

Call it a relapse, or maybe the troubled credit markets never really recovered from their summertime crunch. In any case, three months after a financial crisis spooked fixed-income investors, the debt markets are back in critical condition.

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