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Volume slips 38% from '93 pace as new-money financings falter.

JUN 2, 1994 1:00am ET

New-issue volume continued to roll downhill in May, dropping the year-to-date total by 38% from a year ago, to $72.91 billion from $118.15 billion, according to information from Securities Data Co.'s...

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