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With borrowers racing to market before demand dries up or interest rates rise, corporate bond...

With borrowers racing to market before demand dries up or interest rates rise, corporate bond (LQD) sales this month are on pace for their busiest May ever, according to Bloomberg. The previous record of $162.6B was hit in 2008. Warnings from Buffett and Gross about the likelihood of higher rates are ignored as "investors have cash to spend yet fewer alternatives to buy," writes a Morgan Stanley team.
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