Corporate debt

SeekingAlpha  Jun 28  Comment 
The Economic Times  Jun 22  Comment 
Interest coverage ratio is a gauge that measures the ease with which a company can pay back the interest due on its debt.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 15  Comment 
In a significant move for foreign portfolio investors (FPI), regulators have decided to withdraw the minimum three-year residual maturity restriction
The Economic Times  Jun 12  Comment 
Repo on corporate debt provides opportunity to borrow against the securities and provides short-term liquidity to participants.
Financial Times  Apr 24  Comment 
Concerns grow as sliding lira raises cost of servicing foreign currency loans
Financial Times  Feb 28  Comment 
Global investors rethink exposure as dollar weakens and monetary policy tightens

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