Corporate Bond Market Is Freezing Up (02/15/2016)

This is from a story on CNBC.COM of all places:

It was the first time that there were no U.S.-marketed corporate investment-grade bond deals completed in a non-holiday week in more than 20 years — possibly, much longer than that.

Data provided to CNBC.com from Dealogic show that there were no U.S.-marketed corporate investment-grade bond issuance at all for the seventh week of 2016. The data analytics service tracks bond deals dating back to 1995. This week's output of zilch serves as a reminder of how far Wall Street's confidence has fallen as the Federal Reserve ponders the possibility of negative interest rates less than two months after deciding to hike them for the first time in nearly a decade.

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