Risk premiums for bank debt are "highly unlikely to ever return to their former levels," according to a report from Moody's, thanks to baggage still carried from the financial crisis. "This is a terrible time to be a bank, but it may be a wonderful time to start a bank," says Jason Trennert, commenting on Goldman's beefing-up of its in-house bank.
Risk premiums for bank debt are "highly unlikely to ever return to their former levels,"...
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