Traders breathed a sigh of relief Friday when the last of a wave of economic data proved friendly, leaving market players to work through $6.4 billion of new deals priced last week.

In May, consumer prices rose 0.1%, or 0.2% without the more volatile food and energy components. That was good news for the credit markets, which have been hoping for an ease in monetary policy.

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