LSTA Sees Poor Start to 2015 Loan Market

Fest, Glen
January 2015
High Yield Report;1/12/2015, p16
The article focuses on the loan market price decline in the first week of secondary loan trading, according to a report by the Loan Syndications & Trading Association (LSTA) in January 2015. Topics discussed include the negative returns on the Standard & Poor's (S&P)/LSTA U.S. Leveraged Loan Index (LLI), the average bid price for LLI, and the analysis made by Ted Basta, senior vice president of market data & analysis at LSTA, on the condition of the loan market.


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