NEW YORK, June 28 (Reuters) - Players in the credit derivatives market are not that well positioned well to profit from the growing trend of companies enriching shareholders at the expense of bondholders, an analyst said on Tuesday. More and more companies this year will buy back shares or boost dividends, which tends to depress credit quality in a lasting way, said Gregory Peters, head of credit research at Morgan Stanley, during an interview with Reuters. "It does matter (to ...
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