By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Nov 22 (Reuters) - The bonds and stocks of many U.S. companies are bouncing this autumn to the same beat: one of robust gains as investor fear grows silent. Analysts know the bonds' gains are not sustainable over the long term but, like stocks, may have more to run, they say. "The markets have less room for negative surprises, but if we don't get any, we're probably going to consolidate gains," said Kent Gasaway, who helps run the $100 million Buffalo ...
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