Energy Credit Risk Spikes Back Above 1000bps As “No One Is Putting Up New Capital Here”…” the industry is bracing for a wave of failures”

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
11/11/2015

he last 3 days have seen the biggest surge in US energy credit risk since December 2014, blasting back above 1000bps. This should not be a total surprise since underlying oil prices continue to languish in “not cash-flow positive” territory for many shale producers, but, as Bloomberg reports, the industry is bracing for a wave of failures as investors that were stung by bets on an improving market earlier this year try to stay away from the sector. “It’s been eerily silent,” in energy credit markets, warns one bond manager, “no one is putting up new capital here.”

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