Another Fat Year For Junk May Be Asking Too MuchLeah Nathans Spiro
Nineteen ninety-one was the first year in a long time when junk bonds didn't live up to their name. The market's total return rebounded a remarkable 42%. The average junk-bond fund soared 34% through November, 1991 (chart).
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