Oct.25 — Leveraged loan investors are getting increasingly angsty, and their fear may be a harbinger of more pain coming in credit markets. Money managers are plowing into the least risky junk debt they can find and demanding higher yields on tougher credits. That was evident in the pricing of mattress maker FXI Holdings. It priced at a discount to yield 12.625%. Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro sat down with Kathy Jones of Charles Schwab, Colin Robertson of Northern Trust and BlackRock’s Jim Keenan to discuss the cracks emerging in leveraged loans.