German corporate credit, generally regarded as a safe bet, has had a torrid time of late. Last week we looked at how the costs of transitioning from nuclear to clean energy had inflicted damage on German utilities and sent credit spreads spiralling wider. This week it was the turn of the auto industry, and Germany’s largest car producer: Volkswagen.
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