4/28/2008

U.S. corporations scrambling for capital to bolster their balance sheets issued a weekly record of high-grade bonds last week. U.S. companies issued $38.4 billion of investment-grade debt, along with $326 million in lower-rated debt, according to Thomson Reuters data. The surge in sales shows access to capital may be easing as market sentiment among lenders improves.

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