Why 2019 could be the year of the renter Residential rents could rise only up to 7 percent plus inflation per year under a bill approved by the California Assembly-an unusual victory in the Capitol for renters. (iStock photo) A rare tenant win and a lingering question: Why don’t California renters have more political clout? By Matt Levin | CALmatters
10 Big Brands in Big Trouble. It happens. 10 Big Brands in Big Trouble 1. American Airlines While United, Delta, and other major carriers have declared bankruptcy and emerged stronger as a result, American has managed to negotiate major union concessions and stay afloat, but not without a mountain of debt and pension obligations.
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The EU Could Become the Real Problem All good things for CRE, but none are for sure. The political crisis in the EU could disrupt everything by early 2019.
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Should conditions continue to deteriorate, it could mean trouble for companies that are rated at the lowest end of the investment-grade debt spectrum, a group that rang up $695 billion in new debt.
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Low-rated companies are the biggest accumulators of debt, prompting a major credit agency to warn of significant troubles ahead if current conditions deteriorate. The alert from Moody’s Investors Services comes as worries mount over a looming economic downturn.
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