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Spread holds between old and new 30-years, but issuers come to market.

AUG 27, 1993 1:00am ET

Corporate issuers seem to have unlocked the market for 30-year bonds, despite the continued existence of a 14-basis-point spread between the Treasury's most recent long bond and the previous...

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