NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Corporate bond credit spreads are expected to widen as debt ratings weaken and lenders are increasingly investing in debt from risky issuers, Standard & Poor's analysts said on Tuesday. In an environment where credit rating downgrades are outpacing upgrades, credit metrics are expected to erode slowly, said Diane Vazza, S&P's managing director of global fixed income research, during an S&P forum in New York. "Companies internally referred to as ...
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