* The following story appeared in the June 25 issue of International Financing Review, a Thomson Reuters publication By Alasdair Reilly and Isabell Witt June 25 (IFR) - Contrary to the belief that the syndicated loan market is insulated from macroeconomic shockwaves, the continuing sovereign debt crisis in Europe has shown that no market is an island, an observation that has been thrown into sharper focus as Greece attempts to stave off a cataclysmic default. Loan bankers have tended ...
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