Merrill Lynch has planned a series of moves to improve its capital position, including the sale of problematic mortgage-related CDOs for $6.7 billion, according to yesterday’s release.

An affiliate of Lone Star Funds, an investor in non-performing loans and real estate, has agreed to buy the super-senior asset-backed security CDOs, which valued $11.1 billion at the end of the second quarter.

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