* Economy doubts resurface after US home sales * Greece CDS touches record wides * Autos main theme in primary market LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - European corporate credit default swap spreads were wider on Thursday, pressured partly by a more cautious view on the robustness of the global economic recovery after disappointing U.S. home sales data on Wednesday. "The very weak US new home sales number was a catalyst for the turn in sentiment," credit strategists at Barclays Capital ...
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