Financial and Monetary Systems

Are we in a corporate debt bubble?

Since 2007, the value of corporate bonds outstanding from nonfinancial companies has nearly tripled. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Susan Lund

Vice President, Economics and Private Sector Development, International Finance Corporation

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