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Sales of corporate bonds from the U.S. to Europe and Asia slumped to their lowest levels this year and borrowing costs soared to the most since February as a global slowdown curbed demand for all but the safest assets.

Deere & Co., the largest maker of agricultural equipment, and Springdale, Arkansas-based Tyson Foods Inc. led weekly sales of at least $39.5 billion, the smallest amount since the five days ended Dec. 30, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Offerings fell below the 2012 weekly average of $76.8 billion for the fourth consecutive period as yields rose to 4.272 percent from the low this year of 4.06 percent on May 8.

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