What’s missing for investors in new $60 billion corporate borrowing blitz


Another big corporate borrowing blitz to kick off September has gotten under way, but this one isn’t looking like the rest.

Instead, the flurry of new bond issues shows how the Federal Reserve’s higher interest rate environment has begun to seep in a year later, by making major companies far more hesitant to tap credit for longer stretches.


This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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