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Corporate profits are falling back to a more normal pace (absent some nightmare scenario intruding).
The kings of the tech realm have suffered stock slides but still command powerful advantages.
The mauled blank check funds have a ticking clock: Deliver promised acquisitions or be liquidated.
In a triumph for structured finance, these packages of junk loans have up to now confounded any perils.
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Northern Trust screens for the top of the class, and also to red-flag the less appealing bargain plays.
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