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Why Apple is back in the bond market

By Bloomberg
05 September 2019   |   10:20 am
Apple Inc. borrowed $7 billion in its first bond sale in nearly two years, as cheap funding costs tempt even companies flush with cash. Bloomberg's Molly Smith reports on "Bloomberg Technology."

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