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Triumph of pessimism

27 Aug 2020 By Liam Proud

Major lenders in the U.S. and Europe are understandably fretting about dud corporate credit. But, assuming reasonable loan recoveries, they’ve collectively set aside enough to weather a 7% default rate. With money cheap and governments supportive, the cushion looks comfortable.

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