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First nine months see new issues hit $119.14 billion for 25% gain.

OCT 21, 1991 1:00am ET

New municipal bonds sold at a torrid pace through the first nine months of 1991, hitting $119.14 billion after a 25% rise from $95.14 billion for the same period a year ago, according to figures...

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