Distressed Trading Revisited (July 2020)

With the default rate rising to a ten-year high in recent months, the U.S. secondary loan market has seen a commensurate increase in distressed trading volume. Although today’s distressed trading volume is far lower than the peak of $45 billion experienced during the 2008–09 “Global Financial Crisis”, there nevertheless has been a very sharp increase.

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