The world is drowning in corporate debt
The world’s $74trn “ocean of corporate debt” contains many hidden perils which could infect the wider financial market
Coronavirus could be the pin to pop the corporate debt bubble
Investors need to beware, says John Stepek. Companies have been loading up on cheap debt, which the coronavirus outbreak could make very difficult to …
There’s still money in bonds for careful investors
Investors should tread carefully in the fixed-income market. But this well-managed investment trust fits the bill.
Where to find value in the bond market
Jeff Keen of Waverton Investment Management selects three of his favourite retail bonds to buy now.
China’s maturing corporate bond market
Chinese companies are defaulting on their debt in record numbers. And the trouble could spread to state-owned enterprises.
Mini-bonds could spell big trouble for small investors
Investors have been seduced by the high interest rates on mini-bonds, but they’re not as safe as they seem.