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Volume for 1991 at $150 billion; year set to be second-largest.

DEC 3, 1991 2:00am ET

Sales of new bond issues, spurred by the lowest interest rates in years, soared to $150.09 billion through November, placing 1991 on the threshold of the second biggest volume ever, according to...

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