Don't look now, but leveraged lending activity at U.S. banks is up 74% from a year ago - to...


Don't look now, but leveraged lending activity at U.S. banks is up 74% from a year ago - to $572B YTD - as banks with huge cash hoards seek decent returns. The degree of leverage being used is also up 14%.
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  • BetTheHouse
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    Whaaaaaat!? The banks ignoring moral hazzard and behaving irresponsibly just three years after destroying the world economy? But .. but ... but ... Jamie Dimond was saying how unfair all the regulations on the banks are ....
    15 Sep 2011, 06:45 AM Reply Like
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