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New York City pays sky-high yields on its issues as investors scramble to get a piece of action.

JUN 6, 1991 1:00am ET

New York City continues to pay a stiff penalty on its bond sales, but the sky-high yields are some of the most attractive on the Street, and investors are stumbling over themselves to buy them.

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