NEW YORK, July 28 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bond spreads were unchanged to slightly wider on Wednesday as weaker stocks took a toll on sentiment and bond investors took profits following more than three weeks of spread tightening. The cost of protecting U.S. corporate debt with credit default swaps rose, with the main index of investment-grade credit default swaps trading at 104.6 basis points versus 102.5 basis points at Tuesday's close, according to Markit Intraday. The tone in the ...
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