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    Wyden’s Chronic Disease Reform Plan Lacks Clear Definition

    A lack of consensus on how to define “chronic disease” could jeopardize bipartisan, bicameral legislation that aims to refocus Medicare service to individuals with multiple chronic and costly conditions. This may be problematic for Sen. Ron Wyden’s legislation, S. 1932, called the “Better Care, Lower Cost Act.” Read more >>>


    United Continental Mulls Debt for $2Bn Spending

    United Continental Holdings plans to fund the delivery of 36 aircraft from Boeing this year with a combination of enhanced equipment trust certificates and borrowings from banks, said Treasurer Gerald Laderman. Click HERE for more.


    Municipal Market Weekly Video 01/31

    Click on image to launch this week’s weekly video with Taylor Riggs and Joe Mysak.  


    Illinois Future Pension Fix Woos Investors – New Story Graph Interactive Chart

    Bloomberg Brief Story Graphs bring new interactive features to the news-driven data displays at the heart of our newsletters. The web-based Story Graphs illustrate market moves and the drivers that may impact markets in the future, illustrated in interactive graphics with commentary. Click below to launch our Beta Story Graph. We would like to thank [...]


    Investors Buy Most Bank-Tied Notes Since June

    Sales of structured notes betting that the largest U.S. banks will rise in value climbed to the highest since June, buoyed by the likelihood that an improving economy will lead to increased lending. Issuers sold $88.6 million of U.S. notes tied to the country’s six biggest banks, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of [...]


    Mergers 2013 Year End Review

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    Leveraged Loan Surge Above Par Puts Investors at Risk

    More speculative-grade U.S. loans are trading above par than at any time since May, JPMorgan data show. Click HERE for more.


    Linn May Repay Berry Debt, Mulls More M&A

    Linn Energy, the company that bought Berry Petroleum for $4.3 billion, may repay debt it incurred from the deal that’s due this summer with its line of credit, said CFO Kolja Rockov. Click HERE for more.


    Medivation, Astellas May Prevail in Early Stage Prostate Cancer Drug Battle

    Medivation/Astellas will present data on prostate cancer drug Xtandi at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Genitourinary (ASCO GU) event on Jan. 30 that may help with getting doctors to use the drug earlier in treatment. The companies will present an interim analysis of overall survival (OS) and progression free survival (PFS) as well as [...]


    Oil Buyer’s Guide 2013 Review

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