Companies Double Up on Bond Sales With No Summer Lull


Goldman's Swell: Feeling 'Bubbleicious' in Credit Markets

U.S. companies have sold more than $245 billion -- or almost a quarter of all bonds issued this year -- in only seven weeks. And investors can’t get enough, driving down borrowing costs for even the junk-rated issuers to 14-month lows.

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