European bond investors are on the attack. They have not so far manned the barricades but they are distinctly edgy, maintaining that they are suffering from mushroom syndrome: people keep them in the dark and feed them bullshit. So they are fighting back. Their main bone of contention is that a company can be restructured with a negative impact on existing bonds and with little in the way of financial disclosure.

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