The number of companies whose bonds were downgraded during the credit crisis that are now...

|By:, SA News Editor

The number of companies whose bonds were downgraded during the credit crisis that are now candidates for upgrade has risen significantly, WSJ reports, and junk investors are seeking them out. Ford (F), AIG's International Lease Finance unit, Boston Scientific (BSX) and Gannett (GCI) are among those believed to be on the cusp of a rating upgrade.