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Professor Edward Altman predicts a surge in corporate defaults and shares insights at the New York Society of Security Analysts conference

Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "Edward Altman, the New York University professor who developed the Z-Score method for predicting bankruptcies, says defaults will breach the historical high next year and the Fed is the 'wild card' that has the power to determine how quickly the current credit cycle ends. 'We’re somewhere in the eighth inning of a nine inning game, but the score is tied so there’s a chance for extra innings,' Altman told a group of investors and analysts at an event hosted by the New York Society of Security Analysts last week."

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