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