Debt

The new president of the United States is leaving many feeling anxious. But even if markets take a wild ride, that’s not necessarily bad for investors.
Credit players disagree on how much their business will suffer if the president-elect loosens rules to encourage regional bank lending.
Goldman, Sachs & Co. enjoys the greatest increase in number of sector victories, while Morgan Stanley tops a roster for the first time in years.
A look at which sectors attracted the most interest, which analysts received the most votes and related highlights.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch holds steady in second place; Wells Fargo Securities leaps into the top five for the first time.
But first the commonwealth needs to get a grip on its $73 billion debt. Can Gov. García Padilla sell hedge funds on a restructuring deal?
Divergence between the Fed and the ECB and Bank of Japan set up opportunities in deviating rates and forex.
Industrywide moves to institute standards are helping investors get a clearer idea of the creditworthiness of packaged solar debt.
Morgan Stanley, Google, Yum! Brands among corporations reporting earnings; German data releases to give insight into the state of Europe’s largest economy.
President Obama’s proposal for free community college highlights the consequences of rising student debt.