Wall Street banks have finally moved on to a large amount of debt recently, but investors shouldn’t get too bored with it. What they should worry about is the banks not doing enough deals.
Investment banks on Wall Street include Bank of America Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs watching to share damage more than half a billion dollarss in finance for a leveraged buyout of the Citrix system The Wall Street Journal reported. After delaying the offering until last week, it was able to sell bonds and loans on its books, but at a steep discount. Determining how that will affect any individual bank is difficult, but the experience can affect future transactions.