FEATURES - CORPORATE FINANCE - Wall Street's wallflowers - Leveraged-buyout investors are loaded with cash and blessed with the cheapest stock prices in a decade. So why do so few deals see the light of day?
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Institutional investor. - New York, NY : Institutional Investor Inc., ISSN 0192-5660, ZDB-ID 3955412. - Vol. 25.2000, 9, p. 141-146
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FEATURES - COVER STORY - What went wrong - Before the Long-Term Capital scare, Wall Street and hedge funds enjoyed a lucrative symbiosis that blinded each to the other's flaws and to the dangers they were courting
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FEATURES - CORPORATE FINANCE - Déjà junk - Defaults on high-yield bonds remain near record lows, but these securities are trading at levels not seen since the early-1990s' near-death experience. Here's why
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