After being pleasantly surprised by high-yield returns in 1995, investors expect more of the same in 1996, according to a recent survey of 80 of the largest high-yield investment firms.

More than half of the respondents in a J.P. Morgan & Co. survey expect an average total return on more than 10% in 1996, after a banner 16.7% average return on high-yield mutual funds.

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