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Borrowers reign despite Caesars defeat

Efforts by Apollo and TPG to salvage something from their $30 bln casino buyout largely failed after creditors fought back. Under a new deal, junior lenders will recover 66 cents on the dollar. Most debt investors bow to lame terms, however, meaning Caesars will be an exception.
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