U.S. corporate junk-bond spread narrows, lowest since 2007

CHICAGO, June 17 (Reuters) – The yield spread between junk-rated corporate bonds and U.Treasuries tightened further late on Wednesday, falling to its lowest level in more than a decade as yield-hungry investors snapped up risky debt. On the ICE BofA U.High Yield Index , a commonly used benchmark for the junk bond market, the spread dipped to 312 basis points, the lowest since July 2007.

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