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Twilight zone

4 February 2011 By Robert Cole

Corporate bonds lurking in the twilight zone around the investment grade/junk threshold are often shunned, typically because pension fund mandates are too much like straitjackets. Demand weakness should create pricing anomalies and a potential arbitrage.

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