NEW YORK -- The loss of swaps-related earnings that corporations enjoyed in the early 1990s may depress second-quarter earnings, according to a report by Salomon Brothers Inc.

Many corporate treasurers took advantage of low interest rates in the early 1990s to swap fixed-rate debt into lower-cost floating-rate debt.

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