By Nancy Leinfuss NEW YORK, Jan 29 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bonds opened unchanged in quiet trade as investors paused to ponder the looming specter of war with Iraq, and awaited the latest decision on interest rates from the Federal Reserve, traders said. Spreads -- the yield gap between corporate bonds and U.S. Treasuries -- were quoted unchanged across the broader market while auto bonds were seen a tad weaker, traders said. "The FOMC is not expected to be anything but the Iraq war ...
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