By Arindam Nag NEW YORK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bonds ended little changed on Tuesday as a dip in consumer confidence to its lowest level in a decade coupled with Iraq war fears saw investors sticking to limited trades. "The confidence numbers had an effect but in general the spreads have held firm," one trader said. Spreads, the yield gap between corporate bonds and Treasuries, were hovering between 0.01 and 0.02 percentage points wider on Tuesday, traders said. U.S. ...
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