By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Qwest Communications International Inc.'s bonds rose on Monday after the phone company announced completion of a debt swap, while Charter Communications Inc.'s bonds fell after the cable TV operator fired two top officers. Other corporate bond activity was thin, with many traders and investors having completed their activity for 2002. Corporate bonds have rallied in the last two months as U.S. stocks rose from multi-year lows and investors ...
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