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The Weekly Globe


/ 8 Jun 2020

The Weekly Globe

Monitoring default rates. Stressful financial and macro conditions lead to increases in both defaults and bankruptcies, as they both reflect a broad and sudden deterioration in debtor’s ability to pay their obligations. A default is the failure to comply with the payment conditions of a liability while a bankruptcy is the legal remedy for unsustainable debt. Both defaults and bankruptcies tend to cluster together at times of stress in particular sectors or the broader economy, arising from weakening demand and eroding profitability across multiple debtors.

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