Private equity activity worries bondholders



Growth in activity from private equity funds is causing concern among debt analysts who fear that these funds may be over-leveraging the companies that they buy into based on overoptimistic economic assumptions and continued low interest rates.

Private equity firms purchase other firms or take big stakes in them in order to reshape their businesses, and then sell those holdings for a profit. These funds often use heavy debt issuance to do the

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