The rate volatility that plagued bond traders in the first half of 1994 didn't prevent banks from setting another record for issuing debt.

You'd never think of them as rugged individualists, and yet in the first six months of 1994, bankers issued nearly $39 billion in debt securities despite broad market chaos that kept many other issuers at bay.

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