JPMorgan No.1 in Bond Fees as Firms Refinance at Lower Rates

Low interest rates proved mightier than concern about Europe’s precarious economics in 2011. The opportunity to refinance debt at low rates drove $2.9 trillion in corporate bond sales, the second-highest total on record, after 2009’s $3.2 trillion.

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