By Richard Barley LONDON, May 19 (Reuters) - Despite the recent selloff in the high-yield bond market, returns are still not high enough to compensate investors for the risk of default, analysts at Deutsche Bank warned on Thursday. The warning came as credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's said credit risk in the European leveraged buyout market, a major source of high-yield bond supply, had deteriorated significantly in the past 18 months, with an "inevitable" rise in defaults to ...
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