History of Junk Bond Meltdowns Points to Trouble
The rout in junk bonds is intensifying and there's blood in the water. After claiming some high-profile casualties -- notably Third Avenue Management -- the turmoil is raising fears of a larger meltdown in the markets, perhaps even a recession. In other words, is high-yield debt the canary in the credit mine?
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