Is Corporate Leverage Offering a Warning Sign?

December 6, 2018 — As several market observers have written, corporate leverage continues to increase. Specifically, leverage, or the ratio of a company’s debt to cash flow, has increased noticeably among non-financial corporate bond issuers since 2010.

  • DATE: December 6, 2018
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