There have been signs of an upswing in the credit markets lately, the New York Times reported. Companies with good credit are starting to borrow more money, and investors are interested in junk bonds again. Prices for bundled loans, such as car loans and student loans, have gone up, an indication that the government’s attempts to stabilize the credit system are seeing some success.
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