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16 August 2011 By Agnes T. Crane

With markets volatile, typical junk bonds are yielding north of 8 pct. That’s tasty for those starving on the Fed’s zero-rate diet. And default rates look low, refinancing needs limited and the deal flow manageable. Despite investor wariness, today’s junk looks almost nutritious.

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