The cost of insuring General Motors‘ debt against default reached a record high on 4 August in the wake of the US$15.5bn quarterly loss reported by the automotive manufacturer on 1 August.
“GM credit spreads continue to be priced on the basis that just about everything will keep going wrong,” Glenn Reynolds, …
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