Investors Slow Sales of Junk Bonds Ahead of Thanksgiving

By Jakema Lewis

Investors pulled $501.1 million from high yield bond funds, compared to $1.4 billiom removed the previous week. Meanwhile, loan funds saw their 18th week of pulled money, with investors yanking $741.7 million for the week ended Nov. 25.

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