Chicago schools double bond sale as rates head higher
The Chicago Board of Education doubled the size of its bond sale Thursday to $561 million amid signs of strong demand for the junk-rated district’s high-yielding securities. The offering, which was initially planned for next week until officials moved it up, is the first this year for the nation’s third-largest school district and was increased from the $260 million initially scheduled.
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