Corporate bond issuers were active in the primary market Thursday as strong US corporate earnings, better-than-expected housing data and optimism about the release of forthcoming European bank stress-tests buoyed investor confidence in risk assets. Three investment-grade issuers issued new debt, while the high-yield space continued its robust week with two major debt issues.

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