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S&P Global Sees Risks in Too-High Corporate Debt Levels

An improving picture for companies doesn’t offset the high levels of debt for S&P Global Ratings — and a new paradigm in interest rates could upset the balance. Corporations were and are benefitting from an ongoing recovery in their earnings and cash flow, and in the U.S., they’ve gotten an extra boost from the recent tax bill, S&P Global Ratings […]
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