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Port deal in Alabama seen as screen for insurer to earn arbitrage and for participants to profit.

AUG 24, 1992 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- A $3.9 million municipal junk bond issue that was sold, insured, and resold a day later for $20.5 million appears to have been an arbitrage-driven deal designed to bail businessmen out...

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