What is a good newspaper’
Thin paper is a type of commercial paper. Commercial paper is securities issued by companies to raise money for specific projects, in exchange for short-term investments. Thin paper is a security issued by solid blue chip companies, which means that the risk of investing in thin paper is almost non-existent because the company is unlikely to default on the loan. The return on thin paper quite low.
Penetration of thin paper’
Thin paper is a security issued by blue chip companies. Commercial paper is a type of investment offered by companies, not banks or governments. Commercial paper is similar to bonds that it is issued for a specified period of time at a certain speed, but it is issued to the company, to raise money for any specific purpose and not a Bank or financial institution or the U.S. Treasury or a municipality. Commercial paper is an unsecured investment, because each issue is backed by nothing. If the issuing company default, there is nothing that the investor can claim as compensation. Other characteristics of the commercial paper is not insured by the Federal Deposit insurance Corporation (FDIC), it does not need to be reported to the securities and exchange Commission (U.S. sec), it has a short time until the credit is Mature and, as a rule, much lower than for other types of investment.
Thin paper is a security issued by blue chip companies. These companies are large, generally exist for decades and are perceived as rigid and traditional. This means that there is a small risk that these companies will default on the loan, so thin paper is extremely safe investment. The only safer investment is government-issued securities with a fixed income, so thin paper usually trades on a very small spread on these securities.
Investors could choose beautiful paper to invest in because it’s a good, safe place to put money for a short period of time (less than a year) with minimal risk and do not need to report to the sec.
Thin paper in the crash of 2008
When the global economic markets crashed in 2008, one of the most serious consequences of the credit crisis in which banks and financial institutions were afraid not to borrow money. It cascade in the market of commercial paper as an unsecured investment, commercial paper suddenly became perceived as much more risky than it had ever been. Thin paper was also seen as too risky for investors to justify. Despite the fact that companies issuing thin paper blue chip companies, the public and investors were aware that the financial companies that were perceived as “too big to fail” was on the verge of collapse before the government rescue, so size is not a guarantee of protection more the credit crisis drags on disaster recovery, but in the end, lenders began to lend and investors have the opportunity to invest in unsecured securities and commercial paper, the market rebounded.