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How Are High-Yield Bonds Hurt by Falling Oil Prices?

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Thu, 30 Oct 2014

Key Points As oil prices have fallen recently, so have prices of high-yield bonds. While the sell-off in the high-yield bond market has a number of causes, the recent drop in oil prices has played a role. Despite the recent drop in high-yield bond prices, and accompanying higher yields, we’re still

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