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Corporate America’s debt load is nearing $10 trillion, a record 47% of the overall economy — and experts around the world are sounding the...
Experts are specifically warning that a buildup of BBB-rated debt could be vulnerable to downgrades during an economic slowdown.
What slowdown? US companies led by Disney just raised a whopping $27 billion of debt in a single day
Disney alone brought in $7 billion during the Tuesday debt offerings, which follow just $84 billion worth of bond sales in August.
Global debt is not yet at financial crisis levels — but could be set for an explosion with China leading the way
Global debt is at significant levels but isn't high enough to draw comparisons with 2008 just yet though emerging markets are in a dangerous position.
China’s ‘zombie’ companies are a big threat to the economy — and JPMorgan says their debt pile means the country could be slow...
"The biggest concern regarding financial stability and the sustainability of economic growth has been China's ballooning debt problem," JPMorgan says.
Climate change just claimed its first bankruptcy — PG&E succumbs to fallout from the world’s most expensive natural disaster of 2018
Fires that claimed thousands of acres and hundreds of deaths has now all but destroyed the San Francisco utility, buckling under $52 billion in debt.
Trading figures for PG&E signal that investors fear losses as a result of the company's exposure to $30 billion in liabilities for its role in the fire.
Stocks of such debt have more than quadrupled since the crisis, standing at about $2.7 trillion.
The buildup of risky debt in credit markets has caught the attention of major financial institutions. Now the IMF has added to the clamor.
Rising levels of corporate debt are well and truly on the radar of global fund managers, and that doesn’t bode well for global stocks.
Giant tech firms like Uber and Tesla are lapping up junk debt — here’s why investors are lining up to lend it
WeWork, Uber, and Tesla are piling on cheap debt to fuel their growth plans, relying on their brand appeal to win funding deemed too risky for others.