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Global Economics Update

12 September, 2018

Can corporates cope with higher interest rates?

The risk that higher interest rates will trigger widespread corporate defaults and cause the next global downturn is low, not least because business finances are generally in good shape. But as monetary policy is tightened, companies may scale back investment spending, contributing to an economic slowdown.

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