US Investment Grade Corporate

“Investment Grade” bonds are those that are rated above a threshold, below which bonds are considered junk. This chart shows the yield of an index of Investment Grade U.S. corporate bonds denominated in U.S. dollars.

The difference between Investment Grade and High Yield (junk) bonds is important because many funds are not allowed to invest in junk bonds.

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