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The credit markets reopened with a bang yesterday after their three-day shut down as nine investment-grade companies sold almost $12 billion worth of bonds, the Wall Street Journal reports. The surge reflects companies’ eagerness to get issuance in before the jobs report today and the U.S. elections Tuesday.

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