US businesses that lack the income to pay their huge debt service, kept alive by more borrowing, are on shaky ground, Deutsche Bank Securities’ Sløk warns.
Tag: Junk Bonds
Some bonds may be beyond hope, and once the central bank’s backstop ends, there goes the artificial price support.
The coronavirus may be the disastrous surprise that overwhelms public health officials and slams the markets, the firm's Lonski admonishes.
Prophetic on Lehman in ’08, hedge fund operator claims rating agencies go too easy on debt-laden companies.
Baa–rated issues reach record, although defaults at this stage are not worrisome, Moody’s data indicates.
A wide gap between high-yield and 10-year Treasury signals a pending recession, says Natixis’ Lavorgna.
The firm points to stock rally and lower junk yields as key to New Year market sentiment.