Fed Rate Hike May Cut Foreign Demand for U.S. Company Bonds

  • Tightening will boost currency hedging costs for investors
  • That could squeeze or ‘even turn around’ inflows into credit

The overwhelming foreign demand for U.S. company bonds that’s allowed corporate America to sell more than $1 trillion of cheap debt this year may vanish if the Federal Reserve raises rates.

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