(The following story appeared in the May 21 issue of International Financing Review, a Thomson Reuters publication) LONDON, May 21 (IFR) - The European leveraged loan market is suffering a bout of anxiety as June approaches. Primary issues remain stubbornly missing as the market's strongest credits exit stage left in a mix of high-yield bond refinancings, sales and IPOs, leaving cash-rich investors with few alternatives to invest in. The leveraged loan market's fortunes seem to be waning ...
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