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Philadelphia plan to recycle insurance lifts junk-rated city bonds to triple-A.

JUN 10, 1994 1:00am ET

Philadelphia went "insurance swapping" this week in a deal that sets the stage for the junk-rated city to sell roughly $160 million of triple-A bonds later this month.

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