How'd the bond risk spread do lately?

Recently the stock market has taken two big dives (as compared the the last few years,) partly because of fears over sub-prime lending.

Now, considering that sub-prime lending is roughly analogous to high-yield bonds (even though one is related to the consumer market and the other the corporate market, although I assume some(most) lenders roll their high-risk loans into bonds to minimize their own risk.)

I can’t find any information on what happened to the spread between AAA-rated/government bonds and “junk”/nearjunk bonds in the past week or so.

Did it stay the same or did the spread rise? In the past 5 or so years the spread has seemed unbelievably low. You’d think with the newfound “fears” there might be an increase.