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Illinois pays more to borrow as investors worry about state's prospects

April 25, 2018

Illinois faced higher borrowing costs Wednesday compared to its previous bond sale. Although facing rising rates and fiscal woes, the state saw competitive bids on the initial release of $500 million in general obligation bonds. Brian Battle of Performance Trust commented on the pricing and the market's interest as we see a selloff in treasuries.

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