The world's biggest investors are crying foul as companies rack up debt — and it highlights one of the biggest risks worrying markets right now
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Historically high corporate-debt levels have investors worried, according to the results of Bank of America Merrill Lynch's most recent fund-manager survey.

BAML is just the latest firm to highlight heavy corporate indebtedness, which will increasingly become a market headwind as lending rates rise.

Given how low lending costs are, it's not too surprising that corporations are saddling themselves with huge debt burdens. After all, interest rates are on an upward trajectory, which means the...


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