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Warning Signs Flash As High Yield Corporate Debt Mounts

The allure of higher yielding, U.S. dollar-denominated corporate bonds has led to a massive spike in issuance volumes, along with heightened risks of refinancing failures and potential defaults.

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Warning Signs Flash As High Yield Corporate Debt Mounts

The allure of higher yielding, U.S. dollar-denominated corporate bonds has led to a massive spike in issuance volumes, along with heightened risks of refinancing failures and potential defaults.

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Navigating a World Awash in Negative-Yielding Bonds

The value of global bonds with negative yields stood at US$13.4 trillion at the end of October, having risen as high as US$17 trillion a few months earlier. That means investors around the world have been willing to pay a premium to corporations or countries for the privilege of lending them money.

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A Salesforce to be Reckoned With

Market participants generally foresee a boost to cloud-based software company salesforce.com's (NYSE: CRM) stock Tuesday following the release of its latest quarterly financial results after the closing bell.

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