LONDON, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Bonds of Italian automaker Fiat are set to dominate the European high-yield debt market's benchmark index following the company's downgrade to "junk" status, analysts said on Tuesday. Fiat, with roughly 6.5 billion euros in outstanding qualifying bonds, will take top place in Merrill Lynch's European High-Yield index from the end of the month. Based on Monday's closing prices Fiat will account for 16.73 percent of the index, topping telecom equipment maker ...
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