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 · The risks currently are “moderate,” Powell said. His comments followed a fed report earlier this month that showed riskier corporate debt had grown by 20% in 2018 to $1.1 trillion, prompting the attention of regulators. Investors are attracted to the riskier corporate debt because it pays higher returns than the very low rates they can receive on safer debt.

The American private sector’s mounting debts pose a "moderate" risk to the world’s largest economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. of US industries now frequently have debts that are.

 · The Federal Reserve is watching signs of a slowdown in the housing industry and monitoring levels of corporate debt even as it remains confident in the economy’s continued growth, Fed chair Jerome.

Fed Chair Jerome Powell said views about riskier corporate debt – known as leveraged lending – range from "this is a rerun of the subprime mortgage crisis" to "nothing to worry about here."

With corporate debts reaching historic highs relative to the size of the economy, public comment has run the gamut, according to Powell, either warning of grave danger or waiving off such threats.

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WASHINGTON — The American private sector’s mounting debts pose a "moderate" risk to the world’s largest economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Monday. With corporate debts reaching historic highs relative to the size of the economy, public comment has run the gamut, according to Powell, either warning of grave danger or waiving off such threats as "nothing to worry about."

The American private sector’s mounting debts pose a "moderate" risk to the world’s largest economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Monday. With corporate debts reaching historic highs relative to the size of the economy, public comment has run the gamut, according to Powell