D. Henry Blevins, managing director at Crews & Associates,said credit unions should be concerned unexpected gains fromsecuritized corporate assets would not be returned to their balancesheets.

But, he added, it's a moot point.

Blevins called underperforming corporate investments "toxicwaste", and said CEOs expecting gains are "experiencing corporateKool-aid withdrawal."

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