Michael Tobin

Risky Borrowers Storm Loan Market For Once ‘Unthinkable' Savings

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Companies are rushing to take advantage of the booming leveraged loan market.

Online Brokerage Public Lets Individual Investors Buy Pieces Of Corporate Bonds

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Its retail investors will be able to buy slices of corporate bonds just like they do with stocks.

U.S. Junk-Bond Maturities Shrink To Record Low As Debt Mountain Grows

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The average time to maturity for high-yield debt has fallen to just 5.18 years, a 36-year low.

Kentucky Derby Operator To Sell $600 Million In Junk Bonds

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The company will use the proceeds to repay outstanding debt.

Wall Street's ESG Loans Charge Corporate America Little For Missed Goals

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Critics say companies are presenting overly polished images of their ESG commitments and results.