By Natalie Harrison LONDON, June 30 (IFR) - High-yield issuance is expected to withstand a more volatile second half of the year, and may even set new records despite the European sovereign debt raging on. Global high-yield volumes in the first six months of 2011 are up 55% at USD209.8bn, versus the same period a year ago, according to Thomson Reuters data. That marks the best half-year performance for the asset class since records began in 1980. In Europe, volumes are 67% higher ...
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