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10 October 2011 By Agnes T. Crane

The fear and uncertainty over Europe has sent the cost of U.S. credit skyward. By one closely watched gauge, junk bonds are yielding almost five percentage points more than they reasonably should. Given the bureaucratic dithering, bankers and buyout barons may be idle for a while.

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