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When swaps go bad: Philadelphia's deal provides a lesson in basis risk for issuers.

DEC 6, 1993 2:00am ET

When Philadelphia signed a groundbreaking swap agreement 1990, the city hoped to save half a million dollars a year in debt service over an ordinary bond issue. Instead. little of the savings have...

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