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Hard times will make 1991 default rate the highest in 20 years, Moody's says.

DEC 20, 1991 2:00am ET

The credit crunch, bankruptcies, and leftover debt from the leveraged-to-the-hilt 1980s will lift the corporate bond default rate to a 20-year high this year, Moody's Investors Service predicts.

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