Corporate Debt Is More Concerning Than Household Debt in the US

 

Post-GFC households deleveraged, corporates back at pre-GFC levels | #ChartOfTheDay

 

  • US household debt is back just above the levels seen at the start of the new millennium; big deleveraging since the Global Financial Crisis
  • Corporates, though, are back to 2008 levels which could constitute a risk if rates were to increase


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