Investment grade syndicated lending in the U.S. dropped 20% fromthe same period last year, marking the slowest half-year since2013, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The number of deals fell 18% to a seven-year low.

Refinancings helped sustain market activity even as volumeslowed, while acquisition-related deals suffered.

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