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Apple Inc., one of the most cash-rich companies in the world, is still looking to get a piece of the ultra-cheap money that’s up for grabs in the bond market.

With investment-grade bond yields hovering near record lows, it’s tempting even for Apple—with more than $200 billion of cash and investment securities on its books—to see what investors will lend it. Turns out that number is $7 billion, or just over 3 percent of its current coffers.

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