Ballooning Corporate Debt

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Ballooning Corporate Debt

Corporations have increased debt loads over the past few years because of the Federal Reserve’s ultra easy monetary policy. Now with rates going up, stress is starting to show up in the corporate bond market. With over $4.4 trillion in corporate bonds coming due by the end of 2022, higher interest rates means higher costs. The days of boosting earnings by using low costs of debt are over.

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Ballooning Corporate Debt

Corporations have increased debt loads over the past few years because of the Federal Reserve’s ultra easy monetary policy. Now with rates going up, stress is starting to show up in the corporate bond market. With over $4.4 trillion in corporate bonds coming due by the end of 2022, higher…

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