After a January hiatus, banks have returned to the capital markets with a spate of tightly priced new bond issues.

BankAmerica Corp. came to market last week with its lowest-priced issue to date, $250 million of 10-year subordinated debt. Citicorp, Norwest Corp., and Chase Manhattan Corp. also sold bonds at unusually favorable prices in the last week.

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