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Use it or lose it

26 December 2017 By Neil Unmack

Healthy global growth will make chief executives and buyout firms more willing to take risks and keep a lid on defaults. There’s also a case for locking in cheap borrowing costs before central banks become less generous. But the next wave of blowups is building.

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