After a falloff in July, issuance of collateralized loan obligations picked up substantially, totaling $2.62 billion in the week ended Aug. 14, according to S&P Capital IQ/LCD. The pace of issuance is down from a highly active first quarter, but for the year so far, the total of $50.1 billion nearly matches the $54 billion for all of 2012.

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