5 edition of The Junk Bond Revolution found in the catalog.
The Junk Bond Revolution
by Fourth Estate Classic House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Cinemark borrowed $m in high-yield bonds, while Burlington raised $1bn from a $m junk bond and $m convertible note. Other lowly rated groups that clinched additional funding on Monday. The Junk Was Gold. Tom Peters. I should be calling for Glenn Yago's pointy academic economist's head. After all, he starts his new book, Junk Bonds: How High Yield Securities Restructured Corporate America (Oxford University Press), by declaring that recent management "fads" amounted to no more than "a way to rationalize a style of corpocracy that had long .
The "junk bond" revolution begun by Mr. Milken and his colleagues at Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc. helped make it possible for many companies and entrepreneurs to get money to start and expand a. Junk bond funds suffered their biggest outflows in more than a year during the market tumult of the past week, with more than half the withdrawals coming from a single exchange-traded fund.
Drexel Burnham Lambert's legacy Stars of the junkyard. Twenty years after Michael Milken’s junk-bond firm came crashing down, the financial revolution that it fostered lives on. Investors tap into the digital revolution ; to include junk bonds in its latest asset purchase schemes reflects this century-old principle that when the financial sector is in trouble it is.
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This is a tale of greed, skulduggery and conspiracy in high places during the "roaring eighties", when Wall Street was shaken from top to bottom by the radical methods of Michael Milken's Junk Bond Revolution. This book argues that, although the junk bond was undoubtedly exploited by cynical and greedy operators, Milken himself was a man with a genuine vision of how the Cited by: 2.
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Very well written, probably by a ghostwriter. A useful counterweight to conventional received wisdom, but, keep in mind, that experts are hired mouthpieces, and Alan Greenspan once testified on behalf of Charles by: Another good book in this general line is Fenton Bailey's "Junk Bond Revolution".
Very well written, probably by a ghostwriter. A useful counterweight to conventional received wisdom, but, keep in mind, that experts are hired mouthpieces, and Alan Greenspan once testified on behalf of Charles Keating.4/5(14).
Description This is an account of a notorious era in American financial history. At its heart is Michael Milken, the man who created a billion-dollar junk bond market, and who in was sent to jail for ten years.
The Junk Bond Revolution book book describes the events that led up to that sentence and the sensation that surrounded it.3/5(5). World of Books USA was founded in We want your experience with World of Books to be enjoyable and problem free.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Junk Bonds: a Financial Revolution That Failed: Wall Street: The economic highfliers of the s’ growing economy are a peril in the downturn of the ‘: JONATHAN PETERSON.
Ayad Akhtar's play, Junk, set during the bond trading scandals of the s, is partly based on Milken's "fall from grace". Milken is the inspiration for the main character in the for: Developing the High-yield bond market.
The seminar for junk bond traders Milken held in Beverley Hills every year – the infamous ‘Predators’ Ball’ – would feature live entertainment from the likes of Frank Sinatra and Diana Ross.
‘It’s the Academy Awards of business!’, as one organiser put it. in a modest house in Encino, driving a humble Oldsmobile. At its heart is Michael Milken, the man who created a billion-dollar junk bond market, and who in was sent to jail for ten years.
The book describes the events that led up to that sentence and the sensation that surrounded it. High-yield corporate bonds have returned per cent since Yum Brands, the owner of KFC and Taco Bell, broke a near month-long drought of new bond issuance on March That is the best monthly.
Summary: A tale of greed and conspiracy in high places during the eighties, when Wall Street was shaken from top to bottom by the radical methods of Michael Milken's junk bond revolution. This book argues that Milken was a man with a genuine vision of.
Junk Bond: A junk bond refers to high-yield or noninvestment-grade bonds. Junk bonds are fixed-income instruments that carry a credit rating of BB or lower by Standard & Poor's, or Ba or below by. For many investors, the term "junk bond" evokes thoughts of investment scams and high-flying financiers of the s, such as Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken, who were known as "junk-bond kings."Author: Investopedia Staff.
The other shortcoming of this book is that it doesn't go long enough. It goes up to Milken's indictment, but not through his conviction, and it doesn't discuss the fall of RJR Nabisco, the junk bond market crash ofthe role of junk bonds in the S&L crisis, the bankruptcy of Drexel, or how and why the junk bond market survived/5.
With his indictment on securities fraud charges, Michael R. Milken will no longer dictate the fate of companies from the helm of his ''junk bond'' empire in Author: James Sterngold.
Junk bonds became a common investment tool by the early s, setting the stage for the ambitious trader Michael Milken, who later became known as the "Junk Bond King." John Chiasson/ Getty Images Milken in before he went to prison (and before he was named one of the world's richest people in )Author: Jane Mcgrath.
Payback - the conspiracy to destroy Michael Milken and his financial revolution is an outstanding book that changes your way of thinking about the american dream, the junk bond decade and I recommend it unconditionally to anyone who is willing to have a lot of conventional wisdom and preconceived ideas turned around/5.
The yield-to-maturity for high-yield or speculative-grade bonds rose by over 20% during this time with the results being the all-time high for junk bond .For Europe's high-yield bond market, has been a remarkable year so far. Year-to-date issuance in European currencies stands at € billion ($ billion), according to.
That the junk bond market is now thriving is further proof of how woefully misguided Congress's action was. Yet in his eagerness to exonerate Mr. Milken et al., Mr. Fischel goes wildly overboard.