NEW YORK, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Many U.S. credit spreads have moved sideways or even tightened recently despite analysts pointing to more reasons why corporate credit is likely to weaken next year. "We believe that persistently high energy and commodity prices, leading to a more volatile interest rate market and a consumer downturn, pose a significant problem for 2006," analysts at Barclays Capital said in a research report released this week. Also pressuring credit are expectations the ...
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