Analysis: Credit markets are reaching their peak

01/18/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Credit markets are headed for a slowdown because they cannot sustain their pace, Richard Barley writes in The Wall Street Journal, but a reversal is not necessarily imminent. Constrained bank lending means the primary market will remain active, and corporate confidence likely will increase. That bodes well for corporate bonds as well as other risk assets.

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