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7 October 2019 By Anna Szymanski

Over half of U.S. investment-grade corporate debt is rated BBB, one level above junk. This has alarmed observers from the Fed to Pimco who fear U.S. companies could struggle in a downturn. But BBBs are not all created equal. Many such borrowers boast improving credit metrics.

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