By Nancy Leinfuss NEW YORK, June 30 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bonds wrapped up Monday's session slightly weaker in light secondary trading volume amid a holiday week while the calendar of supply provided the bulk of activity, traders said. Spreads, the extra yields that corporate bonds pay over Treasuries, were unchanged to 0.02 percentage point weaker, traders said. "If it wasn't for the new issue market people would be falling asleep at their desks today," said one trader. "There's ...
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