(For other news from the Reuters European Funds Summit, click on: http://www.reuters.com/summit/Funds10) * Debt reduction efforts encourage investors * Concern that 2009 top performers will dive in 2010 By Philip Blenkinsop LUXEMBOURG, March 24 (Reuters) - Corporate credit is the most promising investment within fixed-income in the next year or two, with attractive issues likely from the retail, metals and mining and auto sectors, said a Janus portfolio manager. Corporates offered ...
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