Why the injection of liquidity is weighing the market down

Most blue-chip companies trading on Wall Street have assumed massive debts (post 2007-09 market crash) to fund their share buybacks and dividend programs. Because of this, I can see circumstances arrive where these companies will have to cut...

Why the injection of liquidity is weighing the market down
Most blue-chip companies trading on Wall Street have assumed massive debts (post 2007-09 market crash) to fund their share buybacks and dividend programs. Because of this, I can see circumstances arrive where these companies will have to cut their dividends down to almost zero as once mighty, but now humbled General Electric did recently, to free up cash to service their debts.