NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bond spreads narrowed on Friday, adding to a month of strong tightening as investors' fear of being left out of a massive rally underpinned demand. Government data showing the economy contracted less than expected in the second quarter merely confirmed optimism that has bolstered appetite for corporate bonds all month, a high-grade trader said. "If corporate spreads are any indication of what people think of the economy going forward, stocks ...
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