Bond investors worry as CDOs grow riskier

High-risk securities used in leveraged buyouts have taken on more risk over the last few years, causing bond investors to worry that they will start to exhibit the same weakness as the subprime mortgage market. Sales of collatorallized debt obligations, or CDOs, grew by nearly 50 percent in 2006 to $918 billion, according to Bloomberg…

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