Cheap Credit and Pro Sports

Here is what the National Basketball Association is paying on a new debt facility versus what it paid before the credit crisis:

Now: 8.27%

Then: 5.27%

If the only positive outcomes that derive from this crisis are banks as utilities and a professional sports oligopoly that croaks without cheap debt I think we could call it a success. I’m kidding. Kind of.

More here.

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