Corporate junk issuers are capitalizing on low interest rates in higher percentages than their investment-grade cousins, according to volume statistics for the first half of 1992.

Refinancings among speculative-grade issuers represented more than two-thirds of the total junk volume for the first six months of the year, compared to just 20% for the investment-grade sector, according to Securities Data Co./Bond Buyer.

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