Corporate Debt Market Fears May Be Coming True

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  • For a long time, people have been warning that corporate debt could be the major source of vulnerability in today’s economy. And the market meltdown that we’ve been seeing since the beginning of March could make those fears a reality. On this week’s podcast, we speak with frequent Odd Lots guest Chris White of Viable Markets, on how the extreme search for yield in recent years, combined with massive issuance of debt, combined with the idiosyncrasies of the corporate debt market, could be a setup primed for disaster.

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