Junk-Debt ETFs Set Markets ‘Abuzz’ After Record TradesLisa Abramowicz
The largest trades on record in shares of two exchange-traded funds that invest in junk debt are attracting attention to the four-year-old market that allows anyone from banks to retirees fast and discreet access to speculative-grade bonds and loans.
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