By Natalie Harrison and Josie Cox LONDON, Nov 1 (IFR) - Greece's shock referendum plans sent European corporate credit indices into a tailspin on Tuesday and cast doubt on an expected reopening of the high-yield market by French car parts maker Faurecia and Swedish cable firm Com Hem. High-yield syndicate bankers involved in both deals said they were pressing on with roadshows announced before the unexpected sell-off, but the likelihood is that the funding costs will rise as investors ...
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