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Despite Bubble Talk, Cash Outflows, U.S. High Yield Bond Issuance Rebounds To $40B

U.S. high yield bond issuance rebounded to a healthy $40.1 billion in September from a dismal $3.2 billion August despite continued concerns of a high yield bubble and ongoing outflows from bond funds

With the recent activity, U.S. high yield bond volume now stands at some $249 billion, down slightly from the same period in 2013.

Considering the market tenor of late this summer, the September issuance is striking. In fact, the $40.1 billion is the largest monthly figure since the $47.7 billion seen in September of 2013, according to S&P Capital IQ/LCD.

For more on the U.S. high yield bond market check out LCD’s free website, HighYieldbond.com, which was developed to promote the asset class. On it you’ll find high yield news, stats and analysis, along with leveraged finance job postings and a high yield bond market primer. 

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