Low rates spur sales of investment-grade corporate debt

09/9/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

About $51 billion in corporate debt and leveraged loans went on the U.S. market early this week, as companies scrambled to take advantage of remarkably low interest rates, according to Dealogic and Standard & Poor's Leveraged Commentary & Data. More than $19 billion in bonds went on the market Wednesday, making it one of the busiest days this year for corporate debt, Dealogic said.

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