By Daniel Kruger and Mary Childs, Bloomberg |
August 12, 2013
Bond investors trying to divine when the Federal Reserve will reduce its unprecedented monetary stimulus are increasingly looking to the riskiest parts of the debt market, which are booming like before the financial crisis.
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