MetLife Debt Risk Rises as Moody's Says Split Hurts BondholdersBy
Credit-default swaps on company's bonds climb for third day
Insurer plans to separate much of its U.S. retail operation
MetLife Inc.’s debt is perceived as more risky in the derivatives market after Chief Executive Officer Steve Kandarian announced a plan to split off much of the insurer’s U.S. retail business.
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