Philadelphia, a city that once paid almost 25% on a short-term note deal, yesterday found a way to cut that rate to zero.

The city's oversight board agreed to buy $155 million of privately placed Philadelphia notes yesterday, using a structure that will eventually return all of the interest paid back to the city.

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