Wed 01/24/2024 04:51 AM
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After years of “waiting for the wave,” 2024 might be the time when activity in the restructuring market may finally pick up. Wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, U.S. elections and weakening Chinese growth paint a testing picture for the world economy. Well-known challenges such as higher-for-longer interest rates, near-zero economic growth in Europe and a cost-of-living squeeze entering its third calendar year all add to the possibility of an animated year on the distressed debt front,...
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