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Slim pickings

17 September 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The number of listed U.S. firms has halved over 25 years thanks to mergers and buyouts fueled by cheap debt. Those remaining are borrowing more, worsening Covid’s damage. Most newcomers to public markets lose money. Investors looking for solid earnings are running out of options.

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