Week_in_Review 10 23 20 - Final

This week in review, Ted Basta recaps the higher trading volumes (and prices) of September, Meredith Coffey reviews what the recent Treasury tax missive does (and doesn’t do) for LIBOR transition and Elliot Ganz notes that defaults are rising… and therefore you need to know what’s happening in bankruptcy land.

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