Yields on U.S. corporate bonds fall to an average 3.98%, according to BAML, the first time ever...


Yields on U.S. corporate bonds fall to an average 3.98%, according to BAML, the first time ever breaking the 4% barrier. "The bond market is more focused on trying to find secure assets that offer some value," says an analyst. The spread between corporate debt and Treasurys has fallen to 285 basis points - low, but not yet a record.

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    And who says we don't have a bond bubble?
    19 Jul 2012, 04:35 PM Reply Like
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