By Natalie Harrison and Josie Cox LONDON, Sept 29 (IFR) - European corporate bond markets traded cautiously on Thursday as Germany unsurprisingly voted in favour of the EFSF enlargement, but doubts remained whether this would be enough to solve the spiralling euro zone sovereign crisis. The yes-vote gives new powers to the euro zone's rescue fund and offers some relief from concerns that deep political divisions are hampering efforts to end the region's debt crisis. Earlier, Asian shares ...
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