U.S. Corporate Debt Maturing In Five Years Rises To Over $2 Trillion

Forbes

U.S. corporates’ speculative and investment grade debt maturing in five years has now risen to over $2 trillion.  According to the Federal Reserve, as of the end of 2018, private non-financial institutions corporate debt is about $15 trillion, or about 70% of U.S. GDP; hence the remaining $13 trillion does not refinance until after 2023.  Read more

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