A league of their own

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Last year was a year marked by records. Despite predictions that issuance in the US high-grade corporate bond market would dry up in 2003, it continued unabated and surpassed nearly all expectations. Corporate chicanery and accounting misdeeds over the past few years continued to resonate throughout the financial markets and, in a move of honesty and self-examination, CEOs and CFOs alike seemed to recognize for whom the bells were tolling. Companies were still eager to term out their short-term

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