JPMorgan, Bank of America Dangle 14% Yield to Get Rid of Risky M&A Debt

(Bloomberg) — Wall Street bankers are dangling one of the steepest discounts in recent memory to bond investors as they look to offload billions of dollars of debt that’s been stuck on their books for months.

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