The stock market may be reeling, the U.S. sovereign debt rating may have taken a hit from Standard & Poor’s and the Eurozone debt crisis may be worsening, but  high-quality corporate bonds are looking like a great deal.

That’s the word from bond industry analysts, who say that fears of a global recession, which have driven nervous investors into the traditional haven of U.S. Treasuries, have led to widening spreads between Treasuries and high-quality corporate debt.

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