DENVER - A handful of retail investors nervously sold Denver International Airport bonds at rock-bottom prices Friday, but traders reported no wholesale dumping.

The trading activity signaled that the market had begun to factor in the probability that the opening of Denver International will be delayed a fifth time, analysts and traders said. There is about $3.2 billion of outstanding airport revenue bond debt and another $300 million of Denver airport system revenue debt.

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