Companies are on a borrowing binge 5 years post-Lehman

Five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings and the start of the so-called great deleveraging of corporate America, companies have begun increasing debt again. Investors eager for yield and low interest rates are driving the trend. Federal Reserve data show that corporate-bond debt has reached $6 trillion, a 59% increase since 2007.

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