U.S. companies are racing to fill up on borrowed money, amid worries that interest rates are set to rise once the Fed ends its support for financial markets next month. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) staged its biggest bond deal on record Tuesday. Texas Instruments Inc. (TXN) raised debt for the first time in more than a decade Monday, and Google Inc. (GOOG) sold its first bond ever. – WSJ
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