CLOs Issued Before 2008 May Fall to $72 Billion, JPMorgan SaysKristen Haunss
The market for collateralized loan obligations raised before 2008 may be cut in half in the next three years as funds exit their reinvestment periods and begin to pay down debt, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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