By Dena Aubin NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - If the specter of deflation ever became a reality in the United States, corporate bond investors would be caught in a no-win situation, with sectors like autos and telecoms inflicting broad pain, experts say. Defaults among debt-laden companies would likely rise, and those that remained healthy would refinance debt as interest rates fell, leaving fixed-income investors ever lower yields. The good news is that such a scenario is unlikely, said ...
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