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More than 230 companies declared bankruptcy before the end of April. What is happening?
Many companies are borrowing now — if they can — in a bid to get ahead of further rate hikes this year.
Walmart and McDonald's are among those hopping on the bond bandwagon. Some think now is a good time to borrow in case rates rise further.
Bond investors are demanding higher corporate bond yields. That's a good sign about where the economy's headed this year.
The report found that bank lending volume fell in the most recent quarter, driven by decreases in commercial and industrial lending.
Some borrow less because they're optimistic, some because they're pessimistic and some because they're cautious.
For some, borrowing's a lifeline. For others, it's a bargain.
In a report submitted to Congress the Federal Reserve highlighted an increase in the riskiest investment-grade corporate debt.
"Junk" bonds don't mean the company got an F in a test.