Powell says he sees ‘moderate’ risk from corporate debt

 · The American private sector’s mounting debts pose a "moderate" risk to the world’s largest economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Monday. "As of now, business debt does not present the kind of elevated risks to the stability of the financial system that would lead

 · Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said rising levels of corporate debt need watching but so far do not pose a threat to the financial system.

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The risks currently are "moderate," Powell said. His comments followed a Fed report earlier this month that showed riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting.

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The risks currently are "moderate," Powell said. His comments followed a Fed report earlier this month that showed riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting the.

Powell says he sees ‘moderate’ risk from corporate debt The Associated Press May 20, 2019, 8:47 PM

 · Powell says he sees ‘moderate’ risk from. – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says a sharp rise in corporate debt is being closely monitored but currently the Fed does not see.

 · Powell said his view lies somewhere in the middle. He said the risks currently are “moderate.” His comments followed a Fed report earlier this month which showed that riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting the attention of regulators.

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The risks currently are "moderate," Powell said.His comments followed a Fed report earlier this month that showed riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting the attention of regulators.Investors are attracted to the riskier corporate debt because it pays higher returns than the very low rates they can receive on.

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The risks currently are "moderate," Powell said. His comments followed a Fed report earlier this month that showed riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting.