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With All Eyes On Greece, Leveraged Loans Lose 0.42% In June

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In June, S&P/LSTA Index returns slipped into the red, at negative 0.42%, amid heavier conditions that prevailed for most of the month and recent concerns surrounding Greece that put pressure on all risk assets.

It was the first monthly setback of the year and followed a 0.19% gain in May. The largest loans that constitute the S&P/LSTA Loan 100 lagged the broader market with a 0.86% loss in June.

This group suffered disproportionately from Millennium Health’s outsized decline and from falling prices in the market’s two big distressed situations: Energy Future Holdings and Caesars.

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