Barclays and JPMorgan are both forecasting a decline in issuance of collateralized loan obligations next year, citing a variety of regulatory and market headwinds tamping down demand for the securities.

JPMorgan has the more pessimistic outlook; its calling for as little as $60 billion; that is less than half the $124 billion in record volume for 2014.  

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