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Corporate bond sales worldwide are faltering after setting a record in the first quarter as doubts about the strength of the economic recovery and Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis resurface.

From the U.S. to Europe and Asia, issuance has fallen to the lowest levels of the year in the past two weeks, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Offerings this month of $87 billion from borrowers led by Deere & Co., the largest maker of agricultural equipment, and Montreal-based Royal Bank of Canada compare with a weekly average of $89.9 billion in the first three months of 2012.

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