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High on junk

11 January 2010 By Agnes Crane

A declining rate of company defaults has led investors to let risk premiums on highyield debt get dangerously low. It’s good that fewer companies are failing. But high debt prices don’t leave room for the potential fallout when central banks really start pulling out of markets.

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