By Jonathan Cable LONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The coming months are likely to see a slowdown from January's record investment-grade corporate bond rush, despite companies still being starved of cash, with uncertainty over earnings likely to stall new issue flows. More than 45 billion euros ($57.8 billion) of investment-grade, euro-denominated bonds have been issued in January, although the pace is likely to ease. The previous monthly record of 25 billion euros, set in January 2003, was ...
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