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Defunct bank companies having an afterlife on the bond market.

OCT 3, 1991 1:00am ET

Southeast Banking Corp. and Bank of New England Corp. dwell among the ghosts of bank holding companies, but some of their bonds now trade as if the institutions still had some life.

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