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The $3.7 Trillion Corporate Debt Question | WSJ

About half of all issued corporate bond debt is rated triple-B, the lowest score for investment-grade debt. Analysts say all this debt could be a mess in the making, especially if the economy enters a recession. WSJ’s Gunjan Banerji explains.

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