Dagong Chairman Guan Jianzhong recommends that Beijing sets up a transparent credit rating system to guide the economy towards sustainable debt.
S&P Global Ratings' Terry Chan says there are growing concerns about high-yield corporate debt in China and leveraged finance in the U.S.
Business debt is projected to hit $75-trillion by 2020, according to S&P Global Ratings.
Fully 100 companies have defaulted on debt so far this year, 50 percent more than for the same period in 2015.
China's manufacturing data were disappointing, and Beijing will likely have to introduce fiscal stimulus and cut interest rates, says Commerzbank's Hao Zhou.
Citi Private Bank's Steven Wieting says central bank policies have been more effective in the credit markets than in FX markets.
Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Fund Management Chief Portfolio Strategist, discusses the U.K. exposure for the U.S. energy sector and where investors may be able to find yield going forward.
David Stubbs, global markets strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the potential problem of firms issuing debt to fund share buybacks.
Media company Viacom has a negative outlook, S&P Global Ratings said Tuesday as it revised its rating outlook.
Uber may raise up to $2 billion through a type of loan that is given to borrowers who already have substantial debt.
China must act quickly to address mounting corporate debt before it became a systemic problem, a senior IMF official said on Saturday.
A new study shows corporate America is accumulating debt at a much faster pace, despite almost $2-trillion in cash.
Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, discusses the company's business priorities and says the dividend will increase by 10 percent in the next two years.
Retailer Aeropostale is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection within the next few days.
Experts at the International Monetary Fund say design is key for the suggested methods to work.
The sports retailer's attorney told a judge that Sports Authority will pursue liquidation instead of trying to restructure itself.
Standard and Poor's downgraded ExxonMobil's credit rating from AAA to AA+ because of expectations of continuing low oil prices.
China's vice finance minister sought to ease nerves over the country's high levels of corporate debt, defending the government's performance.
Goldman Sachs said the net effects of cheaper crude on growth have been "negative so far," given the impact on oil producers.
Sergio Trigo-Paz, head of emerging market debt at BlackRock, talks about the outlook for fixed income assets in markets such as China.