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The $1 Trillion Leveraged Loan Bubble Looks Like It’s Popping – Here’s Some Deadpan Color

It had to happen eventually.

It had to happen eventually.
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2 comments on “The $1 Trillion Leveraged Loan Bubble Looks Like It’s Popping – Here’s Some Deadpan Color

  1. BKLN is not a leveraged product. Also being bank loans, these are senior to bonds; until we actually see a growing number of corporate defaults (which will THEN force moods etc to downgrade (they always downgrade after a co. defaults, its kind of a gentlemans agreement on wall st.)) whill BKLN have real issues.
    ….also a lot of digital ink being spilled on the coming IG cataclysm ….a horrible month in bonds is -5%, stocks -20% soooo where is the real risk again

    • It doesn’t matter what BKLN is or isn’t if it keeps bleeding cash. this thing where people try to say “well, it’s this or it’s that” doesn’t change the fact that it’s lost more than $700 million in the space of 8 sessions.

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