NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The number of companies at an increased risk of defaulting on their debt globally rose slightly in February, though credit conditions were essentially unchanged from January, Kamakura Corp, a risk management information provider, said on Friday. Kamakura's index of "troubled" public companies increased 0.1 percentage point in February from January, to 23.2 percent of the global public company universe. A company is considered "troubled" when its default ...
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