IMF Warns of $19 Trillion Corporate Debt Risk
Accommodative monetary stimulus has encouraged financial risk-taking, leading to “worrisome” levels of debt with poor credit quality, the Fund says.
What Happens When the Bid Goes to Zero?
If the Fed is going to conduct monetary policy by manipulating asset prices, it should expect to see periods of extreme market volatility.
Rising Interest Rates Could Crush Some Small Caps
Nonfinancial corporate debt is at a record high, and for some companies the leverage is unsustainable, says an IIF paper.
IMF Warns of China Corporate Debt Dangers
With corporate debt running at 145% of China's GDP, a top Fund official urges Beijing to tackle the "key fault line" in the economy soon.