In this special video presentation, Jesse Colombo explains the U.S. corporate debt bubble that is inflating in the U.S.
While the soaring stock market has attracted the most attention, a dangerous bubble has also formed in U.S. corporate debt. Since 2008, total outstanding non-financial corporate debt has increased by over $2.5 trillion or 40%.
U.S. corporate debt is now at an all-time high of over 45% of GDP, which is even worse than the levels reached during the Dot-com and housing bubbles.
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