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Charlie,
Is that normally what happens with corporate bonds? I thought that part of the reason for investing in bonds is that the fluctuations of the stock are only loosely coupled with the bond price. Unless there is a significant chance of bankruptcy or default, the bond pricing shouldn't change much. I understand there would be a demand component also, but in the secondary market I would imagine people are holding rather than selling their Toyota's.
It might be tough for Toyota to issue new bonds to raise capital, but I guess bond people are expecting them to get through their crisis.
Regards,
Les
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