Bloomberg Financial Markets obtained a $30 million revolving credit line from Chemical Bank. Bloomberg's normally expansive president, Michael Bloomberg, isn't telling anyone -- except perhaps Chemical bank -- what he plans to do with all that money.

Recently, Bloomberg was turned loose by minority owner Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc., to market the Bloomberg to a passel of previously embargoed primary dealers in U.S. Treasury securities. Originally focused on corporate bonds, Bloomberg has

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