Banks renewed or replaced 85% of expiring letters of credits with municipalities in Q1, a report...
Banks renewed or replaced 85% of expiring letters of credits with municipalities in Q1, a report from Moody's shows, easing fears of a costly scramble to refinance tens of billions of dollars. The banks had issued these notes, worth $13.5B, during the financial crisis.
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