Yields are high, and well-fixed institutions back them, but what happens in a recession?
The popular investment may suffer from an economic dip and other changes in the financial scene, critics warn.
A slight dip in inflation and new Washington safeguards for lenders seem to have reassured investors, for now.
During the Great Financial Crisis, Overly Optimistic Ratings Helped Kill the Market. Could It Be Happening Again?
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.
S&P and Moody’s take it heavy in an SEC hearing. A run-up to a replay of their 2008-09 vilification?
‘You can’t be a gambler, and you can’t profess to have a crystal ball,” says state treasurer Dale Folwell.
David Solomon gives odds of a downturn next year as just 25%, which would be good news for Donald Trump.