US Corp Bonds-Firm in quiet trade; Supply gears up


By Nancy Leinfuss NEW YORK, Oct 27 (Reuters) - A growing calendar of supply wiped out some earlier yield spread tightening in the U.S. corporate bond market on Monday, traders said. "Overall, we're seeing a firmer tone. We tightened by several basis points earlier but we saw new issues pick up a bit and it seems we gave it all back," said one trader. Among Monday's issuers, commercial finance company CIT Group Inc. sold $500 million of five-year notes at a yield spread of 0.82 ...

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