Chicago eyes issuing costly capital appreciation bonds
The latest general obligation bond proposal from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel could have the cash-strapped city selling up to $500 million of capital appreciation bonds, a form of debt that government finance experts say could be costly and risky. CABs are municipal debt for which payments are deferred until the bonds' maturity while interest compounds.
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