LONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Investors called a halt to the recent rally in the international bond markets, selling bonds of the largest auto and telecoms firms after France Telecom's massive debt caused anxiety and Ford had its ratings cut The Reuters CorpTop index showed the average yield spread between euro-denominated corporate and similarly dated government bonds was over five basis points higher than at market open at 166.9. "Friday is often a selling day so it's no great surprise ...
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