By Dena Aubin NEW YORK, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Yield spreads on U.S. corporate bonds were unchanged to a touch wider late on Friday after the week's flood of more than $17 billion in new high-grade debt garnered a mixed reception from investors. "There seems to be a little better bid after selling off early, so we're almost back to unchanged," said one corporate bond trader. Spreads, the extra yield corporate bonds pay over U.S. Treasuries, finished unchanged to 0.01 percentage point wider ...
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