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10 Mar 2017 (AFR) – Plenty of cash for risky business as companies pile into junk bonds

(10 March 2017, AFR, p32, by Philip Baker)

‘A month ago, when US President Donald Trump said he wanted to abolish the Dodd-Frank financial regulations, he pointed out many of his friends had really “nice businesses” but they couldn’t get a loan. There’s no doubt one of the great ironies of the US Federal Reserve’s easy monetary policy since the financial crisis is that it fuelled a record global borrowing binge, and a huge hunt for yield, but failed in directing credit to where it was perhaps needed most, the small business sector.’

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