Analysis: Investment banks rebounding from credit crunch

08/26/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

Goldman Sachs Group, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and Lehman Bros. Holdings have reduced their exposure to loans related to leveraged buyouts by about 30% in the second quarter, with a combined $60 billion of such loans still on their books. This analysis compares the four investment banks based on their total gross corporate loans and commitments, their net exposure and leveraged loans.

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