Number Of US High-Yield Defaults At Post-Crisis HighRupert Hargreaves
Number Of US High-Yield Defaults At Post-Crisis High
Concerns about the health of the global economy and the fragile state of the corporate sector, continue to overshadow the investment landscape.
Last week credit rating agency Moody’s published its April 2016 realised default rates and 12-month ahead forecasts, which showed that US defaults have surprised on the upside recently highlighting the weakened state of the US corporate sector’s balance sheet.
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