Credit Market Risk Surges to Four-Year High Amid Global SelloffBy and
`Collective fear lurching from one reason to another'
Commodity rout, emerging-markets slowdown stoke debt concerns
Credit markets are grappling with a global selloff that’s sending the cost to protect against company defaults to the highest level in almost four years as investors become increasingly nervous that global growth is slowing.
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