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One more worry

28 August 2007 By Edward Hadas

According to company accounts, S&P 500 companies have cut leveraged almost in half since 2002. Investors take comfort from the caution. Maybe they shouldn t. If financial assets are valued at replacement cost, leverage still looks high. Weak markets could cause big problems.

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