Investors sell out of high-yield bonds

02/14/2010 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

Funds that hold high-yield corporate bonds saw an outflow of almost $1 billion in the week that ended Wednesday, the largest total since September 2005, according to data from Lipper FMI. The outflow indicates that investors are increasingly concerned that sovereign-debt issues might spread to other credit markets.

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