Buyers of European high-yield bonds are signaling their confidence that Greece will make it through its sovereign-debt problem. This year, Europe's high-yield bonds have brought a 2.26% return, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Meanwhile, U.S. high-yield corporate debt has given investors a 0.36% loss. "Greece is seen as more of a concern for the banks and investment-grade than for high yield," said Martin Fridson, CEO of Fridson Investment Advisors.
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