Issuers priced $23 billion in junk bonds in August, the seventh largest monthly U.S. high yield volume on record, according to Dealogic.

August is normally a slower time for high yield bond issues, accounting for the slowdown later in the month. In fact, the last junk bonds that priced on the primary market in the month did so on August 20.

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