By Richard Barley LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - The cost of insuring the debt of most big investment-grade European companies against default has fallen this year, data from Societe Generale shows, despite growing concerns over the outlook for firm's creditworthiness. A list from SG published on Friday, covering many of Europe's large borrowers, shows that credit default swaps on more than four-fifths have tightened or held steady this year. Default swaps are derivatives that insure a ...
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