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October 29, 2010

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"Borrowers have bolstered their finances by slashing spending and raising cash, selling $945.8 billion of U.S. corporate bonds this year, following a record $1.23 trillion in 2009 ..."
The idea that was stated above is really an information feeder as well.

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It is really true because big companies can have a fall back if there is a recession while small businesses are nailed to their growing debts. This is the flow of the economy. They call it a two-speed economy. this is a sad truth.

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On my own point of view to this case.that is not a very good thing for the small businesses. But that is actually the flow of the economy and there are no other way to revised those.for those small businesses they just might be needing a strategy how to improve their financial assistance.

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