Corporate Default Rate Jumps Past Lehman Moment
// Zero Hedge
Wolf Richter www.wolfstreet.com
The US corporate default rate, according to Standard & Poor's Global Fixed Income Research, soared from 2.8% in January to 3.3% in February, a big jump for just one month, and the highest rate since December 2010, when it was recovering from the Financial Crisis, with QE and ZIRP running at full bore, and with banks and big corporations getting bailed out by the Fed and the Treasury.
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