by Michelle Sierra NEW YORK, May 27 (IFR) - Competition for assets and overall improvement in the US economy has helped return the investment grade loan market to pre-crisis conditions. Five-year tenors are back and tightening spreads have seemingly put an end to three straight years of capital constraints and fears about the economy. Earlier this month, Aa2/AA rated Wal-Mart came to market with an $18.55 billion refinancing. The loan package included a $6.3 billion, five-year revolver ...
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