Amid low interest rates and money market reforms, companies seek better returns on their cash.
A significant portion of large, nonfinancial U.S. companies have seen an increase in their net-debt-to-EBITDA ratio, a key metric of leverage.
"We understand the risks of doing our job poorly and of becoming too close to the firms we supervise," said New York Fed president William Dudley.
Could you tolerate a customer that took more than 200 days to pay their invoice? Many suppliers to large companies do.
Continued outflows from mutual funds and a slowdown in CLO issuance could pose a problem for issuers in 2015.
Leveraged loans show evidence of "risk management weaknesses," including dated valuations and poor credit analysis, regulators said in an annual…
Once again, treasury departments are asking how far they can go to earn some yield on surplus cash.
Will new regulations spark an exodus of corporate cash from money market funds?
Investing opportunities open up when excess cash doesn't need to be highly liquid.