Junk bonds ditched by investors at fastest rate for 5 years
Tuesday 16th February 2010
Investors are quitting junk bonds at the fastest rate since September 2005, the Financial Times reports.
Last week almost US $1billion (£640million) was withdrawn from US funds that hold high-yield corporate bonds (junk bonds), according to Lipper FMI - the largest outflow in almost four and a half years.
The FT said it was an indication that concerns over sovereign debt were spreading to other credit markets.
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