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Barclays CEO who warned of major volatility spikes now names the next potential crisis for markets [CNBC]

BARCLAYS (BCS)  More Company Research Source: CNBC
PDF show chapters Barclays CEO Jes Staley aptly warned in January of an impending volatility jolt. Now he's made his call for the next big market risk: credit markets. The markets to watch are the credit markets, Staley told CNBC on Thursday, when asked about his biggest concern for the future. There are some good signs and some negative signs. Clearly, interest rates are going up in the U.S. and the U.K. What's a little disconcerting is credit spreads have also widened concurrent with the risk-free rate going up, the CEO said. That generally doesn't happen. Widening credit spreads — the difference in yields between bonds with the same maturity date but different risk ratings — generally signal growing worry about corporate borrowers' ability to make their debt payments. As banks had to cut down lending in the aftermath of the financial crisis, corporates have been turning to bond markets in greater droves. According to fund management firm Irons [Read more]

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