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Distressed debt investors see opportunities in companies that avoid bankruptcy.

In the 18 months since London-based HSBC Holdings first flagged billions of dollars in unexpected losses from subprime mortgages in its U.S. consumer lending unit, what started as a flawed strategy at one bank has mushroomed into the worst credit crisis in two generations. At the end of April, reported

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