Emissions rise from the Duke Energy Corp. coal-fired Asheville Power Plant ahead of Hurricane Florence in Arden, North Carolina, on September 13, 2018.

A growing share of U.S. convertible bond issuance this year is coming from investment-grade companies, a sign that soaring bond yields are spurring corporations to look at ways to cut their borrowing costs.

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