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U.S. companies are rushing to sell bonds to try to outrun potential market turmoil that could come when central banks tighten policies.

Corporations have already issued $34 billion of high-grade debt this month, mostly from rate-sensitive financial and utilities firms. That puts companies on pace for an estimated $95 billion of issuance, which would be the most in June since 2014, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. This is happening as spreads in the secondary market reach the widest levels in more than a year.

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