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A bouquet of bonds

2 May 2008 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

Debt issuance last month was the most since June 2007. Companies, led by banks, rushed through a window cracked by tighter credit derivative spreads, which persuaded some investors to get off their hands and lend. But cash spreads hardly budged, meaning risk aversion persists.

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