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Charles Brown CharlesB at
Tue Mar 16 06:10:53 PST 1999

Is this a paradox ? Does this confirm theses of _Wallstreet_ ?

Charles Brown

>>> Doug Henwood <dhenwood at> 03/15/99 05:56PM >>>
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In 1998, U.S. nonfinancial firms retired $263 billion in equity (through takeovers & buybacks) and added $343 billion in debt. Since 1982, they've retired $1.1 trillion in equity and added $2.6 trillion in debt. This has been very good for stock prices!


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