„The biggest ripples are being felt in the bonds of junk-rated energy companies, which in the U.S. are now trading at levels considered distressed in credit markets, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch index data show. Spreads on that debt have ballooned to 10.2 percentage points, the most since April 2009, when markets were just starting to recover from the 2008 financial crisis.“


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