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Pricing Bonds—Ratings, Risk and Liquidity

Pricing Bonds—Ratings, Risk and Liquidity

Mark is a planner. So are Peter, Sheryl and the rest of the board and hangers-on to this success story. So they all want to dive in to what the debt-raising world might look like in six months so that Facebook can frame the acquisitions it likely wants to make. Acquisitions take a long time – they are all about the people and the handshakes and the back slaps – and like the wombs of our Sex and the City heroines whose biological clocks are pounding away, Mark needs a proactive effort to p...

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